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Full text of "Hatfield Annual Town Report"

ANNUAL REPORT 
TOWN OF HATFIELD 







Hatfield Elementary School 



FOR THE YEAR 



2003 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2013 



http://archive.org/details/hatfieldannualto2003hatf 



TOWN OF HATFIELD 
MASSACHUSETTS 

INCORPORATED 1670 

AREA ELEVATION POPULATION 

9,300 Acres 1 32 Feet at Main St. 3524 



STATE SENATOR 

Franklin-Hampshire District 
Stanley Rosenberg 

State House Room 320, Boston, MA 02133 

(617)722-1532 - Fax (617) 722-1062 

Local Office: 1 Prince Street, Northampton, MA 01060 

(413)587-6259 - Fax (413) 582-0113 

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 

First Hampshire District 
Peter Kocot 

State House, Room 146, Boston, MA 02133 

(617)722-2575 - Fax (617) 722-2238 

Local Office: 221 Pine Street, Suite 2G4, Florence, MA 01062 

(413)582-6111 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

First Congressional District 
John W. Olver 

1027 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515 

Local Office: 57 Suffolk Street, Holyoke, MA 01040 

(413)532-7010 

SENATORS IN CONGRESS 
Edward M. Kennedy 

315 Russel Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510 

John F. Kerry 

304 Russel Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510 



Town Report Preparation - Teresa Hudock-Fortier 

Printed by: T.Pine, Lebanon, CT 

1 



The Athenian Oath 

We will never bring disgrace to this our town, by 
any act of dishonesty or cowardice, nor ever 
desert our suffering comrades in the ranks; we 
will fight for the ideals and sacred things of the 
town, both alone and with many; we will revere 
and obey the town's laws and do our best to 
incite a like respect in those above us who are 
prone to annul or set them at naught; we will 
strive unceasingly to quicken the public's sense 
of civic duty, thus in all these ways we will 
transmit this town not only less, but greater and 
more beautiful than it was transmitted to us. 



2003 Annual Town Report is 

IN MEMORY OF 



Former Town officials and employees who passed away in 2003 



DANIEL BARRY : 



Planning Board 1982-1985,1992-2002 

Master Plan Committee 1982-1985, 2000-2002 

Industrial Development Commission 1 989- 1 997 



CHELSEA PELIS: 



Water Superintendent 



December 1977 to April 1987 



HENRY "TIGER" SZYCH: 



Planning Board 1 964- 1 968 

Cemetery Commissioner 1 964- 1 966 
Landfill Operator 1986-1988 



2003 Annual Town Report Dedicated To The 
Hatfield Firefighters Association 



In appreciation of their continuous community support, this year's Annual Report is 
dedicated to the Hatfield Firefighters Association. 

Their generous support and service to the public through education, legislation, 
communication and community service is valuable. The Hatfield Firefighters 
Association provides community outreach to the seniors by assisting them with replacing 
batteries for smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors. Among some of the 
programs they offer are demonstrations and awareness of fire safety to the school 
department and senior citizens. 

Most importantly, thank you for your courageous acts of patriotism. 




7/27/2003 - Elm Street 1-91 off ramp 



Board of Selectmen 

Two-thousand and three began with a winter expedition New England would not forget. It was a year we had to 
take a much more conservative approach to the FY04 operating budget due to state revenue cuts and it became 
necessary to make the difficult decision to reduce personnel and hours. The Fiscal Year 2004 operating budget was 
level funded. Unfortunately, as we look ahead to FY2005, we do not anticipate any additional relief. 

The Master Plan Committee completed the task of updating the Town Maps and Zoning By-Laws which were 
approved at the Annual Town Meeting. A tremendous amount of thanks and appreciation goes out to the Master 
Plan for their hard work. 

The hard hit winter put the DPW snow and ice removal budget in a deficit in January. The Rt. 5 & 10 Sewer 
Project got underway in late summer. This will enhance growth for businesses along the corridor. We thank Ms. 
Lehmann and Mr. Reidy for making this a success. Upon Jim Reidy's return from military deployment in 
September, we had the departure of Interim DPW Director Bryarly Lehmann, who we wish well in her future 
endeavors. 

Elementary School Students returned in September to the completion of the new Hatfield Elementary School. A 
public dedication ceremony and opportunity to tour the new school was held in October. Many thanks to the 
School Building Committee for a wonderful job. 

The Fire Department was approved for a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for $53,100, 
which was 90% of the shared project cost of $59,000, to purchase a brush truck. Congratulations to Chief Belden 
and his department for acquiring the grant. 

As always, many thanks go out to the employees, departments, boards and committees. We appreciate their efforts 
that go into the operation and maintenance of the town. 

Board of Selectmen 

Diana M. Szynal, Chairwoman 

Patrick J. Gaughan 

Darryl Williams 



Appointed Officials as of December 31, 2003 



ADA Committee 








Brennan 


Mary 


1 


2003 


Sadowski 


Stanley 


1 


2004 


Agricultural Advisory Board 






Belden 


Richard 


2 


2004 


Pease 


John 


3 


2005 


Powell 


Russell 


3 


2005 


Wagner 


Robert 


2 


2004 


Animal Control Officer 








Pomeroy 


Scott 


1 


2004 


Board of Registrars 








Bard well 


Helen H 


3 


2006 


Kuchyt 


Ruth 


3 


2004 


Slysz 


G Louise 






Cable Advisory Committee 








Greenwald 


Peter 


3 


2006 


Higgins 


Susan 


3 


2005 


Rakelbusch 


Peter 


2 


2004 


Speeter 


Betsy Klare 


3 


2006 


Stein 


Mark 


1 


2004 


Capital Improvement Planning Comm 






Armstrong 


Alan 




2003 


Gaughan 


Patrick 




2003 


Kaiser 


Edward 




2003 


LaFond 


Elizabeth 




2003 


Mori arty 


Brian 




2003 


Paszek 


Michael 




2003 


Conservation Committee 








Antosz, Jr 


Michael 


3 


2005 


Bardwell 


A. Cory 


3 


2004 


Davis 


Paul 


3 


2006 


Hudock-Fortier 


Teresa 


3 


2006 


Orson 


Virgini Y 


3 


2004 


Sassi 


Ronald 


3 


2005 


Williams 


Gordor 


3 


2006 


Constable 








Osley 


Thomas 


3 


2005 


Council on Aging 








Brennan 


Mary 


3 


2005 


Hurley 


Barbara 


3 


2006 


Noyes 


Worth 


3 


2006 


Pod may er 


William 


3 


2004 


Tefft 


Kathlei B 


3 


2005 


Elderly & Disabled Taxation Fund Comm 






Martin 


Frederick 


1 


2004 


Orson 


Virginia 


1 


2004 



Slysz G. Louise 

Smarz Dorothy 

Smith Christopher 

Emergency Management Committee 



Belden 


William 


Betsold 


Jane 


Bokina 


Ellen 


Donaldson 


Robert 


Hart 


Thomas 


Lehmann 


Bryarly 


Michonski 


Marlene 


Osley 


Thomas 


Reidy 


James 


Sadowski 


Cynthia 


Szynal 


Diana 


Emergency Managem 


ent Director 


Donaldson 


Robert 


Fire Chief 




Belden 


William 



Hampshire Local Emergency Plan Comm 

Donaldson Robert 

Hurley David 

Hilltown Resource MgU Coop 

Reidy James 

Historical Comm 

Ashley George 

Carroll Thomas 

Cutter Mary Lou 

Industrial Development Committee 



M 



2004 

2004 
2004 
2004 
04 2003 
2004 
2004 
2004 
2004 
2004 
2004 
2004 

2004 

2004 



Cahill 


J. 


Mi 


Dostal 


Paul 




Michonski 


Marlene 


J 


Nicholas 


Bryan 




Rackelbush 


Peter 




Smith 


Christopher 




Szynal 


Diana 




Inspector of Animals 






Shea 


William 




Inspector of Buildings 






Sadowski 


Stanley 




Inspector, Electrical 






Symanski 


Stanley 




Inspector, Asst Bldg 






Szewczyk 


Stanley 




Inspector, Gas&Plumbing 






Geryk 


Walter 




Inspector, Asst Plumbing 






Labbe 


Rene 




Inspector^isst Electrical 






Lizek 


David 




Local Cultural Council 






Gemme 


Joan 




Martin 


Frederick 




Omasta 


Lynn 




Smith 


Christopher 




Walsh 


Patricia 




Open Space Committee 






Antosz 


Michael 




Cocks 


Peter 


G 


Coffey 


Michael 




Crow 


Sharon 


L 


Hudock-Fortier 


Teresa 




Kellogg 


Charles 


G 


Sassi 


Ronald 




Pioneer Valley Planning Comm(alt) 




Bartlett 


Robert 


T 


Police 






Barstow 


Matthew 




Boyle 


William 


F 


Butler 


Christopher 




Hebert 


Michael 


A 


Malo 


Matthew 




Osley 


Thomas 


J 


Paciorek 


Timothy 


M 


Perrault 


James 




Vey 


John 




Warner 


Daniel 




Weeks 


Gregory 


E 


Police Chief 






Hurley 


David 


M 


Recreation Committee 






Abbott 


Richard 




Asai 


Nancy 




Doty 


Cindy 




Lafond 


Thomas 


C 


Loiselle Jr 


William 




McGrath 


David 


J. 


Moriarty 


Brian 


F 


Right to Know 








Board of Health 



1 
2 


2004 
2004 


1 


2004 


3 

3 
3 


2004 
2006 
2006 


1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 


2004 
2004 
2004 
2004 
2004 
2004 
2004 


1 


2004 


3 


2004 


1 


2004 



2004 



2004 



1 


2004 


1 


2004 


3 


2004 


2 


2005 


3 


2006 


3 


2005 


3 


2006 


1 


2004 


3 


2006 


3 


2006 


2 


2005 


1 


2004 


2 


2005 


1 


2004 


1 


2004 


1 


2004 


1 


2004 


3 


2004 


3 


2004 


3 


2004 


1 


2004 


3 


2004 


3 


2004 


1 


2004 


1 


2004 


1 


2004 


1 


2004 


3 


2004 


1 


2004 


3 


2005 


3 


2004 


3 


2006 


3 


2006 


3 


2005 



2003 



Appointed Continued 



Elected Continued 



School Building Committee 


< 






Selectman 








Carroll 


Thoma E 






Gaughan Patrick 


J 


3 


2004 


Gaughan 


Patrick J 






Szynal Diana 


M 


3 


2006 


Gelotte 


Mark 






Williams Darryl 


L 


3 


2005 


Green 


Harold F 






Town Clerk 








Jaworski 


Edmun E 






Slysz G 


Louise 


3 


2005 


Paszek 


Michat F 






Town Collector 








Prew 


Thoma L 






Martin Melinda 


J 


3 


2005 


Richardson 


Gary A 






Treasurer 








Slysz 


G Louise 






Slysz G 


Louise 


3 


2005 


Vachula 


Mark S 














Wilkes 


John T 














Williams 


Mary B 






Appointed by the Moderator 








Winters 


C Gregory 






as of December 31, 2003 






Woodward 


John T 






Finance Committee 








Veterans Agent 








Armstrong Alan 


W 


1 


2004 


Cahillane 


Robert 






Barry Sean 




3 


2005 


Veterans Commemorative Comm 






Button Leslie 


H 


1 


2004 


Balise 


Kenneth 




2004 


Green Harold 


F 


3 


2004 


Cutter 


Robert J 




2004 


Wright Arthur 


W 


3 


2005 


Jaworski 


Edmun E 




2004 


Land Preservation Advisory Comm 








Mooney 


Richard 




2004 


Lucey Barbara 








Nicholas 


Bryan 




2004 


Smiarowski Bernard 








Zoning Board of Appeals 








Wagner Robert 








Desmond 


Giles F 


5 


2006 


Wilkes John 


T. 






Longstreeth 


Kennet T 


5 


2005 


Williams Gordon 


O 






Nicholas 


Bryan 


5 


2004 










Paszek 


Michael 


5 


2008 










Stoddard 


Lauren P 


5 


2007 










Elected Officials as of December 31, 2003 












Assessor 

Lesko, Jr. 


Edwarc W 


3 


2006 










Punska 


Ronald 


3 


2004 










Smith 


Christo G 


3 


2005 










Board of Health 
















Bardwell 


A Cory 


3 


2004 










Paszek 


Ellen Bokina 


3 


2005 










Sliwoski 


Stanle> J 


3 


2006 










Cemetery Comm 
















Bardwell 


A Cory 


3 


2004 










Bardwell 


Jonath; W 


3 


2005 










Laval lee 


Joseph A 


3 


2006 










Elector, Oliver Smith Will 
















Szych 


Lydia 


1 


2004 










Housing Authority 
















Balise 


Janet G 


3 


2006 










Labbe 


Everett A 


5 


2007 










McGrath 


Michae J 


5 


2005 










Sliwoski 


Stanley J 


1 


2006 










Szych 


Joseph A 


5 


2008 










Library Trustee 
















Carroll 


Thoma E 


3 


2005 










Green 


Meliss; B 


3 


2004 










Scavotto 


Jane A 


3 


2006 










Moderator 
















Lavallee 


Joseph A 


3 


2005 










Planning Board 
















Bardwell 


A Cory 


5 


2006 










Bartlett, Jr. 


Robert T 


5 


2005 










Dostal 


Paul S 


4 


2007 










Molloy 


Edwan P 


5 


2008 










Winters 


C Gregory 


5 


2004 










School Committee 
















Bzdel 


Witold 


3 


2006 










Englehardt 


Catheri J 


3 


2005 










Omasta 


Lynn A 


3 


2006 










Roberts 


Abigail C 


3- 


2004 










Woodward 


John T 


3 


2005 











TOWN OF HATFIELD 

JUNE 30, 2003 
BALANCE SHEET 



General Fund 



ASSETS 



Cash 
subtotal cash 



997,980.77 



997,980.77 



Personal Property Tax Receivable: 
Real Estate Tax Receivable: 
Allowance for Abatements: 
Tax Titles and Possessions: 
Motor Vehicle Excise Tax Receivable: 
Farm Animal Excise Receivable: 
Chapt. 61 Taxes 

Subtotal Taxes 

Total Assets 

LIABILITIES 

Warrants Payable 
Health Insurance W/H 
Life Ins. Withold Payable 
Disability Ins. W/H 
Tax Sheltered Annuities 
Delta Dental w/h-optional 
Abandoned Prop (tailings) 
Def Rev Real & Prop. Tax 
Def Rev Tax Liens 
Def Rev Deferred Taxes 
Def Rev Motor Vehicle Ex 
Def Rev Farm Animal Excse 
Def Rev Chap 61 Tax 
Def Rev Tax Foreclosure 
Subtotal Liabilities 

FUND BALANCE 

FB Res for Encumbrances 
Res for Fund 03 Encumb. 
Free Cash 
FB Undesignated 

Subtotal Fund Balance 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 



3,333.68 

123,828.57 

(81,248.85) 

60,564.92 

23,757.22 

729.50 

362.82 



131,327.86 



1,129,308.63 



(65,227.91) 

(1,658.99) 

(64.14) 

(86.00) 

(500.00) 

(243.00) 

(2,363.02) 

(45,913.40) 

(51,302.20) 

(2,641.80) 

(23,757.22) 

(729.50) 

(362.82) 

(6,620.92) 



(201,470.92) 



(322,343.74) 

(51,131.07) 

(252,727.00) 

(301,635.90) 



(927,837.71) 



(1,129,308.63) 



'All Financial Statements are unaudited as of April 2. 2004 



TOWN OF HATFIELD 

JUNE 30, 2003 
BALANCE SHEET 



Other Funds 



FUND 10 WATER DEPARTMENT 
ASSETS 

Cash 

FY01 Water Charges 
FY02 Water Charges 
Fy03 Water Charges 
Charges added to FY2001 
Chgs added to FY02 taxes 
Charges applied FY03 taxes 
Emeny, 206-8,332 West St 
Holich,206-142, 186 N Hatfield Rd 
Benson,223-146, 12 Elm St 

Total Assets 

LIABILITIES 

Warrants Payable 
Def.Rev.Water Charges 
Def. Rev. added to taxes 
Def. Rev. Water Liens 

Subtotal Liabilities 

FUND BALANCE 

FB Water 
FB Running Gutter Brook 
FB Repiar of Dam 

Sub-Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 

FUND 11 SEWER DEPARTMENT 
ASSETS 

Cash 

FY02 Sewer Charges 
FY03 Sewer Charges 
Chgs added to FY02 taxes 
Chgs added to FY03 taxes 
Benson,223-146, 12 Elm St. 

Total Assets 

LIABILITIES 

Warrants Payable 
Def.Rev. Sewer Charges 
Def.Rev. added to Taxes 
Def.Rev. Sewer Liens 

Subtotal Liabilities 

FUND BALANCE 

FB Sewer 
School St. Inflow 

Subtotal Fund Balance • 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 



523,276.96 

9,467.41 

11,852.09 

(12,068.40) 

(6,516.30) 

3,779.93 

12,068.40 

1,028.54 

2,055.39 

706.24 



545,650.26 



(12,525.46) 
(9,251.10) 
(9,332.03) 
(3,790.17) 



(34,898.76) 



(330,505.79) 

(12,071.06) 

(168,174.65) 



(510,751.50) 



(545,650.26) 



316,782.53 

7,078.94 

3,230.48 

342.24 

746.68 

1,016.72 



329,197.59 



(15,582.02) 

(10,309.42) 

(1,845.48) 

(7-90) 



(27,744.82) 



(282,947.31) 
(18,505.46) 



(301,452.77) 



(329,197.59) 



"All Financial Statements are unaudited as of April 2, 2004 



TOWN OF HATFIELD 

JUNE 30, 2003 
BALANCE SHEET 



Other Funds 



FUND 15 AMBULANCE 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Ambulance Bills Receivable 

Total Assets 

LIABILITIES 

Def.Rev.Ambulance Charges 

Subtotal Liabilities 

FUND BALANCE 

FB Ambulance 

Subtotal Fund Balance 
Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 

FUND 21 CULTURAL COUNCIL GRANTS 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Total Assets 

FUND BALANCE 

Fund Balance-State 

Subtotal Fund Balance 
Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 

FUND 22 SCHOOL LUNCH 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Total Assets 

FUND BALANCE 

School Lunch 

Subtotal Fund Balance 
Total Liabilities/Fund balance 

FUND 23 HIGHWAY FUNDS 
LIABILITIES 

Warrants Payable 

Subtotal Liabilities 

FUND BALANCE 

Due from State Ch 235 

Due from State Ch 53C 

Due from Hwy Grant #38426 

Def Rev - Ch 235 

Def Rev - Ch 53C 

Hwy Grant #38426 off set 

Subtotal Fund Balance 

Total Liabilities/Fund balance 

"All Financial Statements are unaudited as of April 2, 2004 



10 



109,890.81 
109,209.53 


219,100.34 


(109,209.53) 


(109,209.53) 


(109,890.81) 


(109,890.81) 


(219,100.34) 



2,914.61 



2,914.61 



(2,914.61) 



(2,914.61; 



(2,914.61) 



6,539.21 



6,539.21 



(6,539.21) 



(6,539.21) 



(6,539.21) 



(3,000.00) 



(3,000.00) 



68,429.21 
67,033.62 
1,055.65 
(65,429.21) 
(67,033.62) 
(1,055.65) 

3,000.00 



0.00 



TOWN OF HATFIELD 

JUNE 30, 2003 
BALANCE SHEET 



Other Funds 



FUND 25 SEPTIC GRANT 
ASSETS 

Cash 

belden sewer loan receive 
golash sewer loan receive 
lowney sewer loan receive 
pomeroy sewer loan receive 
perkin sewer loan receive 

Total Assets 

LIABILITIES 

Def.Rev. Loans Receivable 

Subtotal Liabilities 

FUND BALANCE 

Septic Loans Fund Balance 
Septic Computer Grant 

Subtotal Fund Balance 

Total Liabilities/Fund balance 

FUND 27 Receipts res.for Appropr. 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Total Assets 

FUND BALANCE 

fDEM Development Rights 

Subtotal Fund Balance 
Total Liabilities/Fund balance 



25,396.68 

3,036.00 

2,716.80 

2,509.50 

10,219.74 

14,042.00 

57,920.72 



(32,524.04) 
(32,524.04) 



(10,733.37) 
(14,663.31) 

(25,396.68) 

(57,920.72) 



91,400.00 



91,400.00 



(91,400.00) 
(91,400.00) 
(91,400.00) 



*AII Financial Statements are unaudited as of April 2, 2004 



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TOWN OF HATFIELD 

JUNE 30, 2003 
BALANCE SHEET 



Other Funds 



FUND 28 SCHOOL FUNDS & GRANTS 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Total Assets 



215,080.87 



215,080.87 



LIABILITIES 

Warrants Payable 

Subtotal Liabilities 

FUND BALANCE 

Fy02 PL94-142 

FY03 SPED 94-142 ALLOCATION 

FY02 SPED Allocation 

FY02 SPED Prof Development 

SPED Program Improvements 

FY03 TITLE V (VI) 

FY03 TITLE I 

HEC COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP 

Comm Service Learning Gr 

FY02 Drugfree Schools 

DRUG FREE SCHOOL FY03 

CRVEA Prof Dev Breor 

Immigration Tuition Reim 

FLoBK-Cust Choice Grant 

Rutal Ed. Achievement P/G 

HEC Comm. Partner FY99 

School Building Use 

FB Student Activity 

Robert Ryan Fund 

Donations Gift 

Gift-School Salaries 

Gift-New Sch-Playground 

Gift-New Sch-Athl Facilit 

Gift-New Sch-Fumishings 

Gift-New Sch-Technology 

Gift-New Sch-Arts 

Gift-New Sch-Gym Bleachers 

Gift-New Sch-Undesignated 

fb PreSchool 

FB Community Education 

FB Athletic Revolving 

School Building Use 

FB MIT Inventeam Grant 

FY2002 School Choice 

FY2003 School Choice 

Subtotal Fund Balance 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 



(7,817.35) 



(7,817.35) 



41,995.07 

(42,281.23) 

163.27 

627.40 

516.70 

(146.88) 

(1,532.84) 

1,276.01 

(95.49) 

(72.15) 

(3,399.03) 

(131.64) 

(6,800.00) 

(2,221.00) 

8,745.87 

(6,088.20) 

(100.00) 

(61,177.28) 

(104.14) 

(7,740.04) 

(500.00) 

(807.50) 

(325.00) 

(170.00) 

(212.50) 

(670.00) 

(265.00) 

(290.00) 

(15,291.98) 

(2,708.80) 

(19,314.49) 

(150.00) 

(118.43) 

(11,755.22) 

(76,119.00) 

(207,263.52) 



(215,080.87) 



"All Financial Statements are unaudited as of April 2, 2004 



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TOWN OF HATFIELD 

JUNE 30, 2003 
BALANCE SHEET 



Other Funds 



FUND 29 MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL REV 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Total Assets 



120,899.72 



120,899.72 



LIABILITIES 

Warrants Payable 

Subtotal Liabilities 

FUND BALANCE 

HCTV-AT&T Grant 
Premium on Bonds 
Extended Polling Hours 
Cons. Com. Filing Fees 
Conservation Commission 
C & S Donat. - Master Plan 
Cops F.A.S.T. Grant 
FY02 DARE 

FY03 Community Policing 
Fed. Armor Vest Grant 
Police Pub Safety Equipmt 
Safe Program FY02 
SAFE Grant - FY03 
Mass. Releaf Grant-Trees 
Old Stage Road Agreement 
Ready Resource Fund Grant 
COA Incentive Grant 
Formula Grant 
H.V.E.S. Grant 
Rides & Trip Donations 
Medical Equip. Donation 
Wetlands Protection 
Jaws of Life Donations 
Emergency Plan Donations 
Medical Donations 
Ryan donation Rec. & Museum 
FB Library Special Gifts 
FB Recreation Donations 
Tobacco Shed Donations 
LIG/MEG/NRC Library Grnts 
MARC Conversion Grant 
Gates Foundation Grant 
Recreation Revolving 

Subtotal Fund Balance 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 



(12,332.59) 



(12,332.59) 



(14,877.45) 

(28,605.88) 

(706.00) 

(827.50) 

(1,000.00) 

1,309.17 

(13,261.00) 

(101.83) 

(3,819.67) 

(1,578.00) 

(2,446.00) 

(21.49) 

(1,176.27) 

(80.00) 

(500.00) 

6,020.86 

(32.00) 

125.23 

(128.39) 

(4,003.73) 

(630.19) 

(3,815.24) 

(4,532.64) 

(281 .44) 

(94.92) 

(1,000.00) 

(4,472.90) 

(94.05) 

(1,130.00) 

(19,520.59) 

(831.25) 

(2,481.17) 

(3,972.79) 

(108,567.13) 



(120,899.72) 



13 



"All Financial Statements are unaudited as of April 2, 2004 



TOWN OF HATFIELD 

JUNE 30, 2003 
BALANCE SHEET 



Other Funds 



FUND 30 CAPITAL PROJECTS 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Total Assest 

FUND BALANCE 

Landfill Closure 

Subtotal Fund Balance 
Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 

FUND 33 BRIDGE, GORE, ETC. PROJECT 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Total Assest 

FUND BALANCE 

Bridge, Gore, Etc. Project 

Subtotal Fund Balance 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 

FUND 34 NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Total Assest 

LIABILITIES 

Warrants Payable 

Subtotal Liabilities 

FUND BALANCE 

Bashand Tile Escrow n/c 
Fund Balance 

Subtotal Fund Balance 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 



170.55 



170.55 



(170.55) 
(170.55) 



(170.55) 



231,534.16 



231,534.16 



(231,534.16) 



(231,534.16) 



(231,534.16) 



1,452,668.40 



1,452,668.40 



(577.00) 



(577.00) 



(3,000.00) 
(1,449,091.40) 



(1,452,091.40) 



(1,452,668.40) 



14 



*AII Financial Statements are unaudited as of April 2, 2004 



TOWN OF HATFIELD 

JUNE 30, 2003 
BALANCE SHEET 



Other Funds 



FUND 38 TECH UPGRADES-TOWN DEPTS 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Total Assest 

FUND BALANCE 

FB Tech Upgrades 

Subtotal Fund Balance 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 

FUND 39 MISCELLANEOUS BORROWINGS 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Total Assest 

FUND BALANCE 

Assess/Collect Software 
fNew Fire Truck 
New Backhoe 
New Highway Truck 
Accounting Software 
SA. HVAC 

Subtotal Fund Balance 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 



728.95 



728.95 



(728.95) 



(728.95) 



(728.95) 



323,984.30 



323,984.30 



(18,855.14) 

(14.10) 

(25.01) 

(113.00) 

(26,646.50) 

(268,379.07) 



(314,032.82) 



(314,032.82) 



FUND 49 AVAILABLE BOND PROCEEDS 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Total Assest 

FUND BALANCE 

Assessors Maps 
Ambulance Storage Facility 
SA Roof Design 
Replace SA Roof 
N Hatfield RD Sewer Exten 
Construct Water Plant 

Subtotal Fund Balance 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 



94,020.02 



94,020.02 



(2,124.86) 

(194.04) 

(4,416.50) 

(2,385.00) 

(36,859.00) 

(48,040.62) 



(94,020.02) 



(94,020.02) 



*AII Financial Statements are unaudited as of April 2, 2004 



15 



TOWN OF HATFIELD 

JUNE 30, 2003 
BALANCE SHEET 

Other Funds 



FUND 81 NONEXPENDABLE TRUST PRIN. 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Total Assest 

FUND BALANCE 

Michael Slysz 
Maude Boil 
Graduation 
Cemetery 
Cemetery-State 
Tobacco Shed 

Subtotal Fund Balance 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 

FUND 82 EXPENDABLE TRUST FUNDS 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Total Assest 

LIABILITIES 

Warrants Payable 

Subtotal Liabilities 

FUND BALANCE 

Stabilization 

Michael Slysz 

325th Anniversary 

Ambulance 

Maude Boil 

Graduation 

Tobacco Shed 

Town Land Preservation 

Unemployment 

Worker's Compensation 

Subtotal Fund Balance 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 

FUND 89 AGENCY FUNDS 
ASSETS 

Cash 

Total Assest 

LIABILITIES 

Warrants Payable 
Off Duty Details 
Deputy Tax Collector 
Fish Game Licenses 
D.A.R.E. Telephone 
Firearms Permits 
Bid Deposits 

Subtotal Liabilities 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 



219,238.19 



219,238.19 



(6,801.50) 
(42,947.58) 
(82,026.75) 
(77,162.36) 
(300.00) 
(10,000.00) 



(219,238.19) 



(219,238.19) 



617,248.96 



617,248.96 



(751.00) 



(751.00) 



(443,435.72) 

(1,079.72) 

(3,963.06) 

(44,032.83) 

(7,597.14) 

(18,024.47) 

(2,998.46) 

(59,807.00) 

(22,431.55) 

(13,128.01) 



(616,497.96) 



(617,248.96) 



4,116.63 



4,116.63 



(1,883.00) 
(2,513.64) 
(18.00) 
268.25 
369.76 
(240.00) 
(100.00) 



(4,116 63) 



(4,116.63) 



"All Financial Statements are unaudited as of April 2, 2004 



16 



TOWN OF HATFIELD 

JUNE 30, 2003 
BALANCE SHEET 



Other Funds 



FUND 90 
ASSETS 

Water Filtration a/t/b/p 
Landfill Closure a/t/b/p 
Septic Trust a/t/b/p 
Sewer Bridge/Gore a/t/b/p 
Fire Truck a/t/b/p/ 
Backhoe a/t/b/p 
Breor School Construction 
Assess/Collect Software 
Accounting Software 
School Van 
SA HVAC 
Dump Truck a/t/b/p 



2,030, 

405, 

43, 

1,127, 

280, 

41, 

8,802, 

31, 

45, 

24, 

320, 

36, 



766.00 
000.00 
902.00 
509.01 
700.00 
700.00 
000.00 
949.00 
000.00 
651.00 
000.00 
000.00 



Total Assets 

LIABILITIES 

Water Filtration PI B/P 
Landfill/Dump Truck B/P 
Septic Trust Bonds Payb 
Sewer Bridge/Gore Bond Py 
Fire Truck Bonds Payable 
Backhoe Bonds Payable 
Breor Sch. Construct B/P 
Assess/Coll Software B/P 
Accounting Software 
School Van 
SA HVAC 
Dump Truck B/P 

Subtotal Liabilities 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 

FUND 91 

BONDS AUTHORIZED AND UNISSUED 

Bond Auth. Water West St. 
Bonds Auth. Roads Brdg.Gor 
Bonds Auth. Sewer Brdg.Gor 
B/A New Elementary School 
B/A Water West St. offset 
B/A Roads Brdg.Gor offset 
B/A Sewer Brdg.Gor offset 
Unissued New Elem. School 

Subtotal Fund Balance 

Total Liabilities/Fund Balance 



13,189,177.01 



(2,030 

(405 

(43 

(1,127 

(280 

(41 

(8,802 

(31 

(45 

(24 

(320 

(36 



,766.00) 
000.00) 
902.00) 
509.01) 
700.00) 
700.00) 
000.00) 
949.00) 
000.00) 
651.00) 
,000.00) 
,000.00) 



(13,189,177.01) 



(13,189,177.01) 



20,000.00 

1,400,000.00 

350,300.00 

7,113,000.00 

(20,000.00) 

(1,400,000.00) 

(350,300.00) 

(7,113,000.00) 



0.00 



0.00 



"All Financial Statements are unaudited as of April 2, 2004 



17 



Town of Hatfield-FY03 
FY2003 Expense Report 



All Entries) - General Fund 



E'xpense Category / Account 



Previous 
Year's Balance 



Original 
Budget 



Budget 
Revisions | 



Revised 
Budget 



Actual 
Expended 



8alance 



Ex? 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



015114-100 
015122-100 
015122-120 
015122-122 
015123-100 
015123-120 



Moderator 

Selectmen's Salary 
Selectmen's Expense 
Cable TY HCTV Ch 15 
Admin. Asst. Wages 
Admin. Asst. Expenses 
Office Supplies/Equipm 015129-120 
Finance Comm Expense 015131-120 
Finance Comm Reserve F 015132-120 
Accountant's Wages 015135-100 
Accountant's Expense 015135-120 
Auditor of Town Record 015135-130 
Assessors' Salaries 015141-100 
Assessor Staff Wages 015141-101 
Assessors' Expense 015141-120 
Treasurer's Salary 015145-100 
Town Ck/Treas. Cert .Ch 015145-101 
Treasurer's Expense 015145-120 
Collector's Salary 015146-100 
Collector's Expense 015146-120 
Legal Services 015151-120 
T Hall Secret'l StaffW 015159-100 
Town Clerk Salary 015161-100 
Town Clk/Treas Staff W 015161-104 
Town Clerk Expense 015161-120 
Election/Regist Wages 015162-100 
Oliver Smith Will Elec 015162-109 
Election/Regist Expens 015162-120 
Conservation Comm Expe 015171-120 
Planning Board Salarie 015175-100 
Planning Board Expense 015175-120 
Pioneer Valley Assessm 015175-380 
Zoning Bd/Appeals Sala 015176-100 
Zoning Bd/Appeals Expe 015176-120 
Public Bldgs Maint Wag 015192-100 
Public Bldgs Maint Exp 015192-120 
Town Clock Maintenance 015192-140 
Insurance 015193-120 
Print/Deliver Town Rep 015195-120 
Hamp. Council fo Gover 015199-120 

TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

PROTECT. PERSONS 4 PROPERTY 

Police Oept Salaries 015210-100 

Police Department Expe 015210-120 

Fire Oept Salaries 015220-100 

Fire Oept Expense 015220-120 

Ambulance Wages 015231-100 

Ambulance Expense 015231-120 

Inspection Sen/ Salari 015241-100 

Inspection ^en; Expens 015241-120 



0.( 



80.00 

6,615.00 

1,435.00 

11,000.00 

32,000.00 

800.00 

8,000.00 

200.00 

35,000.00 

17,000.00 

1,000.00 

6,220.00 

6,250.00 

58,496.00 

8,970.00 

27,120.00 

2,000.00 

11,500.00 

24,720.00 

8,500.00 

14,000.00 

42,250.00 

18,080.00 

18,500.00 

4,180.00 

5,800.00 

25.00 

2,135.00 

464.00 

2,000.00 

4,000.00 

500.00 

375.00 

563.00 

10,200.00 

26,000.00 

500.00 

48,900.00 

2,000.00 

26,069.00 



494.75 



17,542.76; 



275. ( 



921.14 



1,566.93 



10,500. 



24,713.77 



6,615.00 

1,929.75 

11,000.00 

32,000.00 

800.00 

8,000.00 

200.00 

17,457.24 

17,000.00 

1,275.00 

6,220.00 

6,250.00 

58,496.00 

8,970.00 

27,120.00 

2,000.00 

11,500.00 

24,720.00 

9,421.14 

14,000.00 

42,250.00 

18,080.00 

18,500.00 

4,180.00 

5,800.00 

25.00 

2,135.00 

464.00 

2,000.00 

5,566.93 

500.00 

375.00 

563.00 

10,200.00 

36,500.00 

500.00 

73,613.77 

2,000.00 

26,069.00 



6,615.00 

1,670.16 

10,613.28 

31,423.46 

773.36 

7,175.12 

125.00 

17,000.00 

1,275.00 

6,220.00 

6,250.00 

56,297.00 

7,955.61 

27,120.00 

2,000.00 

10,436.71 

24,720.00 

9,421.14 

12,188.66 

42,250.00 

18,080.00 

14,901.25 

4,015.46 

4,177.19 

25.00 

2,070.42 

418.53 

1,200.00 

4,486.73 

487.35 

125.00 

291.47 

9,785.46 

25,951.82 

500.00 

73,613.77 

1,425.83 

26,069.00 



493, 447. ( 



20,928.83 



514,375.83 



469,233.78 



259.59 
386.72 
576.54 

26.64 
824.88 

75.00 
17.457.24 



2,199.00 
1,014.39 



1,063.29 



1.811.34 



3,598.75 

164.54 

1,622.81 

64.58 

45.47 

800.00 

1,080.20 

12.65 

250.00 

271.53 

414.54 

10.548.18 



574.17 



100 

100 

87 

96 

98 

97 

90 

63 



100 

100 

100 

100 



100 

91 

100 

100 

87 

100 

100 

81 

96 

72 

100 

1 

90 

60 

81 

97 

33 

52 

96 

71 

100 

100 

71 

100 



45,142.05 91 



10,337.00 






110,337.00 


108,995.54 


1,341.46 


99 


14,040.00 


1,584 


.00 


15,624.00 


14,846.65 


777.35 


95 


60,000.00 






60,000.00 


52,294.82 


7,705.18 


87 


18,185.00 






18,185.00 


18,124.53 


60.47 


100 


18,000.00 






18,000.00 


14,267.96 


3,732.04 


79 


11,350.00 






11,350.00 


10,650.13 


699.87 


94 


42,791.00 


?Q 


00 


42 ,8:-o .oo 


42,830 00 




100 


3,175.00 


600 


.00 


3, 7 75.00 


3774.00 


1 00 


100 



18 



Town of Hatfield-FY03 

FY2003 Expense Report (All Entries) - General Fund 



Previous 



Original 



Expense Category / Account 



Year's Balance ] Budget 



Budget 
Revisions 



Revised 
Budget 



Actual 
Expended ! 



Balance Exp 



Inspect Animals/Slaugh 015249-100 


700.00 




700.00 


700.00 


100 


Civil Defense Wages 015291-100 


500.00 




500.00 


500.00 


100 


Emergency Plan Comm Ex 015291-130 


900.00 


39.00 


939.00 


940.27 ( 


1.27) 100 


Dog Officer Wages 015292-100 


1,200.00 




1,200.00 


1,200.00 


100 


Dog Officer Expense 015292-120 


800.00 


500.00 


1,300.00 


892.54 


407.46 69 


Tree Warden Expense 015294-120 


10,000.00 




10,000.00 


9,870.95 


129.05 99 


TOTAL PROTECT. PERSONS & PROPERTY 


0.00 291,978.00 


2,762.00 


294,740.00 


279,887.39 


14,852.61 95 


EDUCATION 












Schools 015300-120 


3,562,037.00 ( 


13,613.00) 


3,548,424.00 


3,241,699.03 


306,724.97 91 


Vocational Tuition/Tra 015320-120 


184,800.00 


13,613.00 


198,413.00 


198,413.00 


100 


TOTAL EDUCATION 


0.00 3,746,837.00 


0.00 


3,746,837.00 


3,440,112.03 


306,724.97 92 


PUBLIC WORKS AND FACILITIES 












DPW Expense 015420-120 


3,654.00 




3,654.00 


3,473.91 


180.09 95 


Highway Dept Wages 015422-100 


210,000.00 




210,000.00 


214,804.78 ( 


4,804.78) 102 


Highway Dept Operating 015422-120 


65,200.00 




65,200.00 


65,040.01 


159.99 100 


Street Lights 015424-120 


22,500.00 




22,500.00 


21,133.73 


1,366.27 94 


Town Mechanic Expenses 015429-120 


77,000.00 




77,000.00 


76,608.81 


391.19 99 


Transfer Station Wages 015433-100 


19,000.00 




19,000.00 


19,279.01 ( 


279.01) 101 


Transfer Station Expen 015433-120 


41,500.00 




41,500.00 


40,666.23 


833.77 98 


Hilltown Res. Manage. Co 015433-123 


11,378.00 




11,378.00 


11,378.00 


100 


Cemetery Expense 015491-120 


11,280.00 




11,280.00 


10,085.08 


1,194.92 89 


TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS AND FACILITIES 


0.00 461,512.00 


0.00 


461,512.00 


462,469.56 ( 


957.56) 100 


HUMAN SERVICES 












Bd of Health Salaries 015510-100 


13,390.00 




13,390.00 


13,390.00 


100 


Board of Health Expens 015510-120 


3,000.00 




3,000.00 


2,209.08 


790.92 74 


Council on Aging Wages 015541-100 


26,203.00 




26,203.00 


25,807.68 


395.32 98 


Nutrition Program Wage 015541-101 


4,400.00 




4,400.00 


4,242.41 


157.59 96 


Transp of Elderly Wage 015541-106 


16,789.00 




16,789.00 


16,801.96 ( 


12.96) 100 


Council on Aging Expen 015541-120 


1,800.00 




1,800.00 


1,777.37 


22.63 99 


Transp of Elderly Expe 015541-130 


400.00 




400.00 


227.25 


172.75 57 


Veterans' Service Sala 015543-100 


1,500.00 




1,500.00 


1,500.00 


100 


Veterans' Benefits 015543-124 


100.00 




100.00 




100.00 


TOTAL HUMAN SERVICES 


0.00 67,582.00 


0.00 


67,582.00 


65,955.75 


1,626.25 98 


CULTURE AND RECREATION 












Library Wages 015610-100 


44,308.00 




44,308.00 


43,503.19 


804.81 98 


Library Expense 015610-120 


33,450.00 




33,450.00 


31,031.58 


2,418.42 93 


Recreation Wages 015630-100 


2,430.00 




2,430.00 


2,430.00 


100 


Recreation Expense 015630-120 


6,520.00 




6,520.00 


6,520.00 


100 


Historical Comm Expens 015691-120 


3,240.00 




3,240.00 


1,820.60 


1,419.40 56 


Memorial Day Parade 015692-120 


1,500.00 




1,500.00 


1,323.10 


176.90 88 


Winter Holiday Celebra 015692-122 


1,000.00 




1,000.00 


534.59 


465.41 53 


Cultural Council Expen 015699-120 


25.00 




25.00 




25.00 


TOTAL CULTURE AND RECREATION 


0.00 92,473.00 


0.00 


92,473.00 


87,163.06 


5,309.94 94 



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Town of Hatfield-FY03 

PY2003 Expense Report (All Entries) - General Fund 



Expense Category / Account 



Previous 
Year's Balance \ 



Original 
Budget 



8udget 
! Revisions 



Revised 
Budget 



Actual 
Expended | 



Balance 



Exp 



DEBT SERVICE 

Smith Acdmy Roof Princ 015710-136 

Water Filt. Plant Princ 015710-140 

Municipal Purpose Prin 015710-144 

Landfill Capping Princ 015710-148 

Septic Loan Program-Pr 015710-150 

Bridge ,Gore Principal 015710-152 

Back Hoe Principal 015710-154 

Fire Truck Principal 015710-156 

Assr's/Coll Soft. Prin 015710-158 

Water Filt. Plant Inter 015751-140 

Municipal Purpose Inte 015751-144 

8ridge Gore Interest 015751-152 

Interest Probable 015752-120 

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 

INTERGOVERNMENTAL EXPENSES 
Charter School Assessm 015820-630 
School Choice Assmnt 015820-631 
Special Education Char 015820-632 
Air Pollution Control 015820-640 
RMV non renewal Charge 015820-647 

TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL EXPENSES 

MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES 
Hampshire Co. Retireme 015911-120 
Chapter 32B Insurance 015914-120 
Medicare/Social Securi 015916-120 
Workers Comp Insurance 015918-120 
Fund tt02-Encumberances 015999-902 

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES 



TOTAL EXPENSES: 



50,000.00 
61,539.00 
17,000.00 
30,000.00 

2,589.00 
48,391.00 
16,000.00 
36,000.00 

8,000.00 

104,616.00 

54,060.00 

13,884.00 

45,000.00 



487, 079. ( 



25,000. 
25,000. 



50,000.00 


50,000.00 




100 


61,539.00 


61,539.00 




100 


17,000.00 


17,000.00 




100 


30,000.00 


30,000.00 




100 


2,589.00 


2,589.00 




100 


48,391.00 


48,390.99 


0.01 


100 


16,000.00 


16,000.00 




100 


36,000.00 


36,000.00 




100 


8,000.00 


8,000.00 




100 


04,616.00 


104,615.25 


0.75 


100 


54,060.00 


53,909.84 


150.16 


100 


13,884.00 


13,883.33 


0.67 


100 


20,000.00 


3,686.30 


16,313.70 


18 



462,079. 



445,613.71 



15,326.00 

188,042.00 

460.00 

881.00 

1,220.00 



0.( 



205,929.00 



176,881.00 

237,500.00 

41,000.00 

40,600.00 



176,881.00 

237,500.00 

41,000.00 

40,600.00 



176,881.00 

229,409.24 

36,550.26 

35,423.00 



342,798.07 






342,798.07 




342,798.07 


342,798.07 


495,981.00 


0.00 


838,779.07 


478,263.50 


360,515.57 


342,798.07 


6,136,889.00 ( 


1,309.17) 


6,478,377.90 


5,934,627.78 


543,750.12 



16.465 .29 96 



15,326.00) 

[88,042.00) 

460.00) 

881.00) 

1,220.00) 



205,929.00) 



8,090.76 97 
4,449.74 89 
5,177.00 87 



20 



of Hatfield-FY03 

FY2003 Expenses Report (All Entries) - Other Funds 



Previous Original 
Fund Number / Expense Account Year's Balance ' Budget 



FUND 02 Encumberances from FY98 

Encumb Legal/Professional 025151-125 16,984.51 

Enc. Public Bldg. Exp. 025192-120 1,098.67 

Encumb. Fire Dept Exp 025220-120 4,240.00 

Encumb. Dog/Animal Exp 025292-120 1,000.00 

Encmb. Schools 025300-120 304,803.86 

Encmb.DPW Expense 025420-120 2,000.00 

Encumb. Highway Dept 025422-120 6,416.79 

Encumb. Solid Waste&Dumb 025433-120 

Encumb Library Expense 025610-120 166.60 

Enc. Recreation Expense 025630-120 1,176.60 

Encumb. Histor'l Comm Exp 025691-120 4,911.04 

TOTAL FUND 02: 342,798.07 0.00 0.00 342,798.07 339,214.95 3,583.12 



Budget 


Revised 


Actual 




Revisions \ 


Budget ] 


Expended ', 


Balance 




16,984.51 


15,714.00 


1,270.51 




1,098.67 


913.67 


185.00 




4,240.00 


4,240.00 






1,000.00 


1,000.00 






304,803.86 


304,470.40 


333.46 




2,000.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


80.45) 


6,336.34 


5,598.73 


737.61 


80.45 


80.45 


80.45 






166.60 


110.06 


56.54 




1,176.60 


1,176.60 






4,911.04 


4,911.04 





: UND 03 SPECIAL ARTICLES/PROJECTS 

School Building Committee 035122-200 836.97 

Pursue Power Supp Contrac 035122-220 1,157.00 

Assess. Trienniel Recert. 035141-981 2,400.00 

Tax Title Funds 035151-320 4,728.16 

Master Plan Phase III 035175-200 1,305.63 

Town Hall Restoration 035192-200 6,872.79 

Town Hall Restoration Prj 035192-370 1,921.45 
Firefighter Turnout Gear 035220-203 

School Build. Comms. Exp. 035300-201 3,602.50 

8reor Architect 035300-990 6,250.00 

Smith Academy Architect 035300-991 6,250.00 
Lease School Van 035300-992 

N. Hatfield Rd. Drainage 035422-200 11,116.78 

Sewer/Water/Payroll Softw 035440-200 2,862.50 

Handicap Ramp - Library 035610-981 22,966.00 



836.97 




836.97 


1,157.00 




1,157.00 


2,400.00 




2,400.00 


4,728.16 




4,728.16 


1,305.63 




1,305.63 


6,872.79 


342.75 


6,530.04 


1,921.45 




1,921.45 




6,344.00 ( 


6,344.00 


3,602.50 


250.00 


3,352.50 


6,250.00 




6,250.00 


6,250.00 




6,250.00 




5,532.00 ( 


5,532.00 


11,116.78 


8,669.96 


2,446.82 


2,862.50 




2,862.50 


22,966.00 




22,966.00 



TOTAL FUND 03: 72,269.78 0.00 0.00 72,269.78 21,138.71 51,131.07 



FUND 10 WATER DEPARTMENT 

Water Dept Wages 105450-100 80,650.00 

Water Dept Expense 105450-120 94,000.00 

Enc. Water Dept. Exp. 105450-220 3,441.80 

REPAIR OF DAM 105801-000 

FY03 TRANS TO 6.F. 105991-203 



80,650.00 


66,623.66 


14,026.34 


94,000.00 


90,945.76 


3,054.24 


3,441.80 


3,441.80 






18,174.65 


( 18,174.65 




202,205.00 


( 202,205.00 



TOTAL FUND 10: 3,441.80 174,650.00 0.00 178,091.80 381,390.87 ( 203,299.07; 

FUND n SEWER DEPARTMENT 

Sewer Dept Wages 115440-100 106,534.20 

Sewer Dept Expense 115440-120 132,000.00 

School St. Inflow/Infiltr 115440-201 

Encumb. Sewer Dept Exp 115440-220 3,019.48 

FY03 TRANS TO G.F. 115991-203 

TOTAL FUND 11: 3,019.48 238,534.20 0.00 241.553.68 267,116.23 ( 25,562.55; 

FUND 11 AM8ULANCE 
Ambulance Surplus 155231-000 57,448.66 57,448.66 5.035.00 52,413.66 

21 



106,534.20 


96,301.05 


10,233.15 


132,000.00 


121,517.24 


10,482.76 




10,256.30 ( 


10,256.30 


3,019.48 


2,991.64 


27.84 




36,050.00 ( 


36,050.00 



Town of Hatf ield-FY03 

FY2003 Expanses Report (All Entries) 



Other Funds 



Fund Number / Expense Account 



Previous Original 8udget Revised 
Year's Balance | Budget \ Revisions \ Budget 



Actual 

Expended \ Balance 



FY03 TRANS TO G.F. 155991-203 

TOTAL FUND 15: 

FUND 16 AMR BILLING 

TOTAL FUND 16: 

FUNO. 21 Cultural Council Grants 
Available Funds 215200-000 

TOTAL FUND 21: 

FUND 22 SCHOOL LUNCH 
School Lunch Expense 225300-000 

TOTAL FUND 22: 

FUND 23 HIGHWAY FUNDS 
Grant 836957 235423-000 
Hway Grant #38426 exp 235427-000 

TOTAL FUND 23: 



FUND 25 Septic Grant 
FY03 TRANS TO G.F. 



255991-203 



TOTAL FUND 25: 



FUND 28 SCHOOL FUNDS & GRANTS 

TITLE II FY03 285140-203 

240 FY01 Sped 94-142 285240-201 

FY02 PL94-142 285240-202 

FY03 SPED 94-142 Allocatn 285240-203 

FY02 Sped Allocation 285262-202 

FY03 SPED Early Childhood 285262-203 

274FY01 Sped Prof Devel 285274-201 

FY02 Sped Prof Developmen 285274-202 

SPED Program Improvement 285274-203 

FY03 Title V (VI) 285302-203 

FY02 Trchr Train MathSci 285303-202 

305FY01 Title I 285305-201 

FY02 Title I 285305-202 

FY03 Title I 285305-203 

Community Partnerships 285316-000 

$SA Student Activities Ac 285330-000 

331FY01 Drugfree Schools 285331-201 

346 FY01 Health Education 285346-201 

Robert Ryan Fund 285350-000 

Donations Gift Account 285351-000 

Preschool 285370-000 

Athletic Revolving 285372-000 

FloBk-Cus'. Choice Grant 285380-203 



43,250. 



3,000.00 
144,542.72 



43,250.00) 



0.00 


0.00 


57,448.66 


57,448.66 


48,285.00 


9,163.66 




0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 










3,090.00 ( 


3,090.00) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


3.090.00 ( 


3,090.00) 






111,134.29 


111,134.29 


103,433.83 


7,700.46 


0.00 


0.00 


111,134.29 


111,134.29 


103,433.83 


7,700.46 



3,000.00; 
144,542.72' 



0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


147,542.72 ( 


147,542.72) 










2,589.00 


( 2.589.00) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


2,589.00 ( 


2,589.00) 



1,093. 







4,609.00 


( 


4,609.00) 


137.05 


137.05 






137.05 






46,572.92 


( 


46,572.92) 






18,421.09 


( 


18,421.09) 






1,583.63 


( 


1,583.63) 






2,000.73 


( 


2,000.73) 






36.14 


( 


36.14) 






4,252.94 


i 


4,252.94) 






4,266.70 


( 


4,266.70) 




1,093.00 


980.93 




112.07 






1,701.00 


( 


1,701.00) 






2,437.00 


( 


2,437.00) 






3,468.77 


( 


3,468.77) 






12,434.00 


( 


12,434.00) 


15,800.00 


15,800.00 


17,076.01 


{ 


1,276.01) 


90,279.96 


90,279.96 


74,076.23 




16,203.73 






3,399.03 


( 


3,399.03) 






4,203.20 


( 


4,203.20) 






190.00 


( 


190.00) 


11,210.69 


11,210.69 


459.47 




10,751.22 


23,346.75 


23,346.75 


16,435.44 




6,911.31 


23,398.00 


23,398.00 


18,662.68 




4,735.32 


2,221.00 


2,221.00 






2,221.00 



22 



Town of Hatfield-FY03 

FY2003 Expenses Report (All Entris 



Other Funds 



Fund Number / Expense Account 



Previous 
Year's Balance 



Original 
Budget 



8udget 
Revisions 



Revised 
Budget 



Actual 
Expended 



Balance 



Rural Ed. Achievement P/G 285401-203 

Gift-School Salaries 285560-355 

Gift-New Sch-Playground 285560-361 

Gift-New Sch-Athl Facilit 285560-362 

Gift-New Sch-Furnishings 285560-363 

Gift-New Sen-Technology 285560-364 

Gift-New Sch-Arts 285560-365 

Gift-New Sch-Gym Bleacher 285560-366 

Gift-New Sch-Undesignated 285560-367 

MIT Inventeam Grant 285575-203 

School Choice 285624-000 

FY2002 School Choice 285624-202 

TOTAL FUND 28: 

FUND 29 Miscellaneous Special Rev 

HCTV-AT&T Grant 295122-122 

Wetlands Protection 295171-000 

Running Gutter Res Prote 295171-001 

C&S Master Plan Phase III 295175-201 

FY01 D.A.R.E. 295211-201 

FY02 DARE 295211-202 

FY01 Community Policing 295212-201 

FY02 Community Policing 295212-202 

DARE Summer Camp FY02 295213-202 

Fed. Armor Vest Grant 295214-001 

Police Pub Safety Equipmt 295217-203 

Jaws of Life Oonations 295220-201 

SAFE Program FY02 295222-202 

SAFE Grant - FY03 295222-203 

Fire Pub Safety Equipment 295224-203 

Helena-No. Hatfield Rd. 295420-203 

COAG-OPW-Uater 295440-103 

FEMA Snow Removal Grant 295440-303 

Formula Grant 295541-120 

H.V.E.S. Grant 295541-124 

Ride & Trip Donations 295541-128 

Medical Equipunt Donation 295541-132 

LIG/MEG/NRC Library Grnts 295610-000 

Gates Foundation Grant 295610-203 

Keats Library Grant 295610-303 

Library Special Gifts 295610-602 

Recreation Revolving 295630-120 

TOTAL FUND 29: 



FUND 30 Capital Projects 
Landfill Closure 



305433-000 



TOTAL FUND 30: 



FUND 33 8RIDGE, GORE, ETC. PROJECT 
Gore/Bridge Appr. Project 335900-000 



2,618.10 

500.00 
807.50 
325.00 
170.00 
212.50 
670.00 
265.00 
290.00 



2,618.10 
500.00 
807.50 
325.00 
170.00 
212.50 
670.00 
265.00 
290.00 



11,363.97 



,745.87; 
500.00 
807.50 
325.00 
170.00 
212.50 
670.00 
265.00 
290.00 











8,881.57 


( 


8,881.57) 






44,396.00 


44,396.00 


98,812.78 


( 


44,396.00 

98,812.78) 


0.00 


1,093.00 


216,647.55 


217,740.55 


356,325.23 


( 


138,584.68) 










21,122.55 


( 


21,122.55) 






552.50 


552.50 


6,436.98 


( 


5,884.48) 






14,322.61 


14,322.61 


8,612.89 




5,709.72 






1,309.17 


1,309.17 


13,031.58 
181.28 
2,872.28 
6,910.50 
3,648.43 
8,101.08 


( 
( 
( 
( 
( 
( 


11,722.41) 
181.28) 
2,872.28) 
6,910.50) 
3,648.43) 
8,101.08) 






789.00 


789.00 






789.00 




15,500.00 


1,176.27 


15,500.00 
1,176.27 


13,054.00 
513.47 
375.62 


( 
( 


2,446.00 
513.47) 
375.62) 

1,176.27 




15,000.00 


5,218.49 


15,000.00 
5,218.49 


15,000.00 

9,380.45 

67,088.86 

3,496.34 


( 
( 

( 


9,380.45) 

67,088.86) 

5,218.49 

3,496.34) 






12,461.04 


12,461.04 


11,302.66 




1,158.38 






8,446.34 


8,446.34 


6,158.30 
54.26 


( 


2,288.04 

54.26) 






2,990.87 


2,990.87 


7,218.00 
350.00 


( 
( 


2,990.87 
7,218.00) 
350.00) 






1,500.68 


1,500.68 


28.15 




1,472.53 






4,103.00 


4,103.00 


6,986.23 


( 


2,883.23) 


0.00 


30,500.00 


52,869.97 


83,369.97 


211,923.91 


( 


128,553.94) 










45,000.00 


( 


45,000.00) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


45,000.00 


( 


45,000.00) 










29,451.87 


( 


29,451.8") 



23 



Town ot Hatfield-FY03 

FY2003 Expenses Report (All Entries^ - Other Funds 



Fund Number / Expense Account 



Previous 
Year's Balance 



Original 
Budget 



Budget 
Revisions 



Revised 
Budget 



ActUal 

Expended 



Balance 
29,451.87 



TOTAL FUND 33: 

FUND 34 NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
General Construction 345300-101 
Arch/Engineer-General Con 345300-201 
Borings/Surveys/Test/Insp 345300-501 
Administr/Legal 345300-601 
Proj Admin/Clerk of Works 345300-701 

TOTAL FUND 34: 

FUND 38 TECH. UPGRADES-TOWN DEPTS 
Tech. Upgrades-Town Depts 385122-990 

TOTAL FUND 38: 

[UNO 39 MISCELLANEOUS BORROWINGS 
Assessors/Collector Sftwa 395141-210 

395220-201 
395422-201 
395610-203 
395910-135 
395910-300 
395910-301 



New Fire Truck 
New Backhoe 

Dickinson Mem Lib Roof 
Accounting Hard/Software 
2003 Ford School Van 
Smith Academy HVAC 



TOTAL FUND 39: 



FUND 82 EXPENDABLE TRUST FUNDS 



{Stabilization 
$Michael Slysz 
$325th Anniversary 
{Ambulance 
SMaude Boli 
{Graduation 



825100-000 
825101-000 
825102-000 
825200-000 
825300-000 
825301-000 



Town Land Preservation FD 825401-000 

{Tobacco Shed 825600-000 

{Worker's Comp. Trust 825912-000 

{Unemployment Trust 825913-000 

TOTAL FUND 82: 



TTL OTHER 



EXPENSES: 



0. 



0.00 



o.< 



29,451.87 



5,926,596.72 

141,348.50 

7.077.27 

628.06 

58,691.65 



5,926,596.72) 
141,348.50) 

7,077.27) 

628.06) 

58,691.65) 



0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


6,134.342.20 ( 6,134,342.20) 


375.00 ( 375.00) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


375.00 ( 375.00) 



0.00 



320,000.00 
320,000.00 



320,000.00 
320,000.00 



51.00 


51.00 


7,300.00 


( 7,300.00 


6,300.00 


[ 6,300.00 


8,850.00 


( 8,850.00 


18,353.50 


I 18,353.50 


24,651.00 


( 24,651.00 


51,620.93 


268,379.07 



117,126.43 



202.873.57 



6,301.04 


6,301.04 


50,000.00 ( 


43,698.96 


116.76 


116.76 


460.70 ( 


343.94 


56.12 


56.12 




56.12 


688.05 


688.05 




688.05 


747.80 


747.80 


3.082.08 ( 


2,334.28 


8,268.94 


8,268.94 


3,088.72 


5,180.22 






1,753.00 ( 


1,753.00 


184.05 


184.05 




184.05 


285.00 


285.00 


10.178.05 ( 


9,893.05 


496.92 


496.92 


27,623.00 ( 


27,126.08 



0.00 



17,144. 



17,144 



96,185.55 



79,040.87; 



421,529.13 



444,777.20 



775,245.15 1,641,551 



8,304,531.50 ( 6,662,980.02; 



{ Amount(s) for this account do not agree between the General Ledger account and history files. 



24 



Town of Hatfield-FY03 

FY2003 Expenses Report (All Entries) - Other Fund: 

Previous Original Budget Revised Actual 

Fund Number / Expense Account Year's Balance | Budget ] Revisions | 8udget ! Expended ] Balance 

FUND 02 Encumberances from FY98 

Encumb Legal/Professional 025151-125 16,984.51 16,984.51 15,714.00 1,270.51 

Enc. Public Bldg. Exp. 025192-120 1,098.67 1,098.67 913.67 185.00 

Encumb. Fire Dept Exp 025220-120 4,240.00 4,240.00 4,240.00 

Encumb. Dog/Animal Exp 025292-120 1,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 

Encmb. Schools 025300-120 304,803.86 304,803.86 304,470.40 333.46 

Encmb.OPW Expense 025420-120 2,000.00 2,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 

Encumb. Highway Dept 025422-120 6,416.79 ( 80.45) 6,336.34 5,598.73 737.61 

Encumb. Solid Uaste&Ounb 025433-120 80.45 80.45 80.45 

Encumb Library Expense 025610-120 166.60 166.60 110.06 56.54 

Enc. Recreation Expense 025630-120 1,176.60 1,176.60 1,176.60 

Encumb. Histor'l Comm Exp 025691-120 4,911.04 4,911.04 4,911.04 

TOTAL FUND 02: 342,798.07 0.00 0.00 342,798.07 339,214.95 3,583.12 

FUND 03 SPECIAL ARTICLES/PROJECTS 

School Building Committee 035122-200 836.97 

Pursue Power Supp Contrac 035122-220 1,157.00 

Assess. Trienniel Recert. 035141-981 2,400.00 

Tax Title Funds 035151-320 4,728.16 

Master Plan Phase III 035175-200 1,305.63 

Town Hall Restoration 035192-200 6,872.79 

Town Hall Restoration Prj 035192-370 1,921.45 
Firefighter Turnout Gear 035220-203 

School Build. Comms. Exp. 035300-201 3,602.50 

Breor Architect 035300-990 6,250.00 

Smith Academy Architect 035300-991 6,250.00 
Lease School Van 035300-992 

N. Hatfield Rd. Drainage 035422-200 11,116.78 

Sewer/Water/Payroll Softw 035440-200 2,862.50 

Handicap Ramp - Library 035610-981 22,966.00 

TOTAL FUND 03: 72,269.78 0.00 0.00 72,269.78 21,138.71 51,131.07 

FUND 10 WATER DEPARTMENT 

Water Dept Wages 105450-100 80,650.00 

Water Dept Expense 105450-120 94,000.00 

Enc. Water Dept. Exp. 105450-220 3,441.80 
REPAIR OF DAM 105801-000 
FY03 TRANS TO 6.F. 105991-203 

TOTAL FUND 10: 3,441.80 174,650.00 0.00 178,091.80 381,390.87 ( 203,299.07; 

FUND 11 SEWER DEPARTMENT 

Sewer Dept Wages 115440-100 106,534.20 

Sewer Dept Expense 115440-120 132,000.00 
School St. Inflow/Infiltr 115440-201 

Encumb. Sewer Dept Exp 115440-220 3,019.48 
FY03 TRANS TO G.F. 115991-203 

TOTAL FUND 11: 3,019.48 238,534.20 0.00 241,553.68 267,116.23 ( 25,562.55) 

FUND 11 AMBULANCE 

Ambulance Surplus 155231-000 57,448.66 57.448.66 5,035.00 52,413.66 

25 



836.97 




836.97 


1,157.00 




1,157.00 


2,400.00 




2,400.00 


4,728.16 




4,728.16 


1,305.63 




1,305.63 


6,872.79 


342.75 


6,530.04 


1,921.45 




1,921.45 




6,344.00 ( 


6,344.00 


3,602.50 


250.00 


3,352.50 


6,250.00 




6,250.00 


6,250.00 




6,250.00 




5,532.00 ( 


5,532.00 


11,116.78 


8,669.96 


2,446.82 


2,862.50 




2,862.50 


22,966.00 




22,966.00 



80,650.00 


66,623.66 


14,026.34 


94,000.00 


90,945.76 


3,054.24 


3,441.80 


3,441.80 






18,174.65 


( 18,174.65 




202,205.00 


( 202,205.00 



106.534.20 


96,301.05 


10,233.15 


132,000.00 


121,517.24 


10,482.76 




10,256.30 ( 


10,256.30 


3,019.48 


2,991.64 


27.84 




36,050.00 ( 


36,050.00 



Town c 

FY2003 Expenses Report (All Entries) OtheT Funds 



F-und Number / Expense Account 



Previous Original Budget Revised Actj* : 
Year's Balance | Budget \ Revisions \ Budget \ Expended 



Balance 



FY03 TRANS TO G.F. 155991-203 
TOTAL FUND 15: 



FUND 16 AMP BILLING 



TOTAL FUND 16: 



FUND. 21 Cultural Council Grants 
Available Funds 215200-000 

TOTAL FUND 21: 



FUND 22 SCHOOL LUNCH 
School Lunch Expense 



225300-000 



TOTAL FUND 22: 



FUND 23 HIGHWAY FUNDS 
Grant 136957 
Hway Grant K38426 exp 



FUND 25 Septic Grant 
FY03 TRANS TO G.F. 



235423-000 
235427-000 

TOTAL FUND 23: 



255991-203 



TOTAL FUND 25: 

FUND 28 SCHOOL FUNDS & GRANTS 

TITLE II FY03 285140-203 

240 FY01 Sped 94-142 285240-201 

FY02 PL94-142 285240-202 

FY03 SPED 94-142 Allocatn 285240-203 

FY02 Sped Allocation 285262-202 

FY03 SPED Early Childhood 285262-203 

274FY01 Sped Prof Devel 285274^201 

FV02 Sped Prof Developmen 285274-202 

SPED Program Improvement 285274-203 

FY03 Title V (VI) 285302-203 

FY02 Trchr Train HathSci 285303-202 

305FY01 Title I 285305-201 

FY02 Title I 285305-202 

FY03 Title I 285305-203 

Community Partnerships 285316-000 

$SA Student Activities Ac 285330-000 

331FY01 Drugfree Schools 285331-201 

346 FY01 Health Education 285346-201 



Robert Ryan Fund 
Donations Gift Account 

f reSC hoo] 

Athlet k Revolving 

FloBH ' ' i Grant 



285350- 000 
285351-000 
285370-000 

^85372-000 
285380-203 



1,093, 



43,250.00 ( 43,25" 



0.00 


0.00 


57,448.66 


57,448.66 


48,285.00 


9,163.66 




0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 










3,090.00 ( 


3,090 00) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


3,090.00 ( 


: ,090.00) 






111,134.29 


111,134.29 


103,433.83 


7,700.4* 


0.00 


0.00 


111,134.29 


111,134.29 


103,433.33 


7.700.46 



3,000.00 ( 3,000.00) 
144,542.72 f 144,542.72) 



0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


147,542.72 ( 


147,542.72) 










2,589.00 ( 


2.589.00) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


2,589.00 ( 


2,589.001 







4,609.00 ( 


4,609.00) 


137.05 


137.05 




137.05 






46,572.92 ( 


46,572.92) 






13,421.09 ( 


13,421.09) 






1.583.63 ( 


1,583.63) 






2,000.73 ( 


2,000.73) 






36.14 ( 


36.14) 






4,252.94 ( 


4,252.94) 






4,266.70 ( 


4,266.70) 




1,093.00 


980.93 


112.07 






1,701.00 ( 


1,701.00) 






2,437.00 ( 


2,437.00) 






3,468.77 ( 


3,468.77) 






12,434.00 ( 


12,434.00) 


15,800.00 


15,800.00 


17,076.01 ( 


1,276.01) 


90,279.96 


90,279.96 


74,076.23 


16,203.73 






3,399.03 ( 


3,399.03) 






4,203.20 ( 


4,203.20) 






190.00 ( 


190.00) 


11,210.69 


11,210.69 


459.47 


10,751.22 


23,346.75 


23,346.75 


16,435.44 


6.911.31 


23,398.00 


23,398.00 


18,662.68 


4.735.3 1 


2,221.00 






2,221 00 



26 



Town of Hatfield-FY03 

FY2003 Expenses Report (All Entries) - Other Funds 

Previous Original Budget Revised Actual 
Fund Number / Expense Account Year's Balance | Budget \ Revisions | Budget | Expended ! Balance 

Rural Ed. Achievement P/G 285401-203 2,618.10 2,618.10 11,363.97 ( 8,745.87; 

Gift-School Salaries 285560-355 500.00 500.00 500.00 

Gift-New Sch-Playground 285560-361 807.50 807.50 807.50 

Gift-New Sch-Athl Facilit 285560-362 325.00 325.00 325.00 

Gift-New Sch-Furnishings 285560-363 170.00 170.00 170.00 

Gift-New Sch-Technology 285560-364 212.50 212.50 212.50 

Gift-New Sch-Arts 285560-365 670.00 670.00 670.00 

Gift-New Sch-Gym Bleacher 285560-366 265.00 265.00 265.00 

Gift-New Sch-Undesignated 285560-367 290.00 290.00 290.00 

MIT Inventeam Grant 285575-203 

School Choice 285624-000 

FY2002 School Choice 285624-202 

TOTAL FUNO 28: 

FUND 29 Miscellaneous Special Rev 

HCTV-AT&T Grant 295122-122 

Wetlands Protection 295171-000 

Running Gutter Res Prote 295171-001 

C&S Master Plan Phase III 295175-201 

FY01 D.A.R.E. 295211-201 

FY02 DARE 295211-202 

FY01 Community Policing 295212-201 

FY02 Community Policing 295212-202 

DARE Summer Camp FY02 295213-202 

Fed. Armor Vest Grant 295214-001 

Police Pub Safety Equipmt 295217-203 

Jaws of Life Donations 295220-201 

SAFE Program FY02 295222-202 

SAFE Grant - FY03 295222-203 

Fire Pub Safety Equipment 295224-203 

Helena-No. Hatfield Rd. 295420-203 

CDAG-DPW-Water 295440-103 

FEMA Snow Removal Grant 295440-303 

Formula Grant 295541-120 

H.V.E.S. Grant 295541-124 

Ride J Trip Donations 295541-128 

Medical Equipmnt Donation 295541-132 

LIG/MEG/NRC Library Grnts 295610-000 

Gates Foundation Grant 295610-203 

Keats Library Grant 295610-303 

Library Special Gifts 295610-602 

Recreation Revolving 295630-120 

TOTAL FUND 29: 

FUND 30 Capital Projects 
Landfill Closure 305433-000 

TOTAL FUND 30: 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 45,000.00 ( 45,000.00)' 

FUND 33 8RIDGE, GORE, ETC. PROJECT 
Gore/Bridge Appr. Project 335900-000 29.451.87 ( 29,451.87) 

27 











8,881.57 


( 


8,881.57) 






44,396.00 


44,396.00 


98,812.78 


( 


44,396.00 
98,812.78) 


0.00 


1,093.00 


216,647.55 


217,740.55 


356,325.23 


( 


138,584.68) 










21,122.55 


( 


21,122.55) 






552.50 


552.50 


6,436.98 


( 


5,884.48) 






14,322.61 


14,322.61 


8,612.89 




5,709.72 






1,309.17 


1,309.17 


13,031.58 
181.28 
2,872.28 
6,910.50 
3,648.43 
8,101.08 


( 
( 
( 
( 
( 
( 


11,722.41) 
181.28) 
2,872.28) 
6,910.50) 
3,648.43) 
8,101.08) 






789.00 


789.00 






789.00 




15,500.00 


1,176.27 


15,500.00 
1,176.27 


13,054.00 
513.47 
375.62 


( 
( 


2,446.00 
513.47) 
375.62) 

1,176.27 




15,000.00 


5,218.49 


15,000.00 
5,218.49 


15,000.00 

9,380.45 

67,088.86 

3,496.34 


( 
( 

( 


9,380.45) 

67,088.86) 

5,218.49 

3,496.34) 






12,461.04 


12,461.04 


11,302.66 




1,158.38 






8,446.34 


8,446.34 


6,158.30 
54.26 


( 


2,288.04 
54.26) 






2,990.87 


2,990.87 


7,218.00 
350.00 


( 
( 


2,990.87 
7,218.00) 
350.00) 






1,500.68 


1,500.68 


28.15 




1,472.53 






4,103.00 


4,103.00 


6,986.23 


( 


2,883.23) 


0.00 


30,500.00 


52,869.97 


83,369.97 


211,923.91 


( 


128,553.94) 










45,000.00 


( 


45.000.00) 



T owr< of Hatfield-FY03 

FY2003 Expenses Report (All Entries) - Other Funds 



Fund Number / Expense Account 



Previous 
Year's Balance 



Original 
Budget 



Budget 
Revisions ! 



Revised 
Budget 



Actual 
Expended 



! Balance 
( 29,451.87; 



TOTAL FUND 33: 

FUND 21 NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
General Construction 345300-101 
Arch/Engineer-General Con 345300-201 
Borings/Surveys/Test/Insp 345300-501 
Administr/Legal 345300-601 
Proj Admin/Clerk of Works 345300-701 

TOTAL FUND 34: 

FUNO 38 TECH. UPGRADES-TOWN OEPTS 
Tech. Upgrades-Town Oepts 385122-990 

TOTAL FUND 38: 

FUND 32 MISCELLANEOUS BORROWINGS 
Assessors/Collector Sftwa 395141-210 

395220-201 
395422-201 
395610-203 
395910-135 
395910-300 
395910-301 



New Fire Truck 
New Backhoe 

Dickinson Mem Lib Roof 
Accounting Hard/Software 
2003 Ford School Van 
Smith Academy HVAC 



TOTAL FUND 39: 



FUND 82 EXPENDABLE TRUST FUNDS 



{Stabilization 
$Michael Slysz 
$325th Anniversary 
{Ambulance 
$Maude Boli 
{Graduation 



825100-000 
825101-000 
825102-000 
825200-000 
825300-000 
825301-000 



Town Land Preservation FD 825401-000 

{Tobacco Shed 825600-000 

{Worker's Comp. Trust 825912-000 

{Unemployment Trust 825913-000 

TOTAL FUND 82: 



TTL OTHER FUND EXPENSES: 



0. 



0.00 



0. 



0. 



0.00 



5,926,596.72 (5,926,596.72; 
141,348.50 ( 141,348.50! 



7,077.27 ( 


7,077.27 


628.06 ( 


628.06 


58,691.65 ( 


58,691.65 



0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


6,134,342.20 ( 6,134,342.20) 


375.00 ( 375.00) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


375.00 ( 375.00) 



320,000.00 
320,000.00 



320,000. 
320,000. 



51.00 


( 


51.00) 


7,300.00 


( 


7,300.00) 


6.300.00 


( 


6,300.00) 


8,850.00 


( 


8,850.00) 


18,353.50 


( 


18,353.50) 


24,651.00 


( 


24,651.00) 


51,620.93 




268.379.07 



117,126.43 



202.873.57 



6,301.04 


6,301.04 


50,000.00 ( 


43,698.96 


116.76 


116.76 


460.70 ( 


343.94 


56.12 


56.12 




56.12 


688.05 


688.05 




688.05 


747.80 


747.80 


3,082.08 ( 


2,334.28 


8,268.94 


8,268.94 


3,088.72 


5,180.22 






1,753.00 ( 


1,753.00 


184.05 


184.05 




184.05 


285.00 


285.00 


10,178.05 ( 


9,893.05 


496.92 


496.92 


27,623.00 ( 


27,126.08 



0.00 



17,144.68 



17,144.* 



96,185.55 



79,040.87' 



421,529.13 



444,777.20 



775,245.15 1,641,551 



8,304,531.50 ( 6,662,980.02! 



{ Amount(s) for this account do not agree between the General Ledger account and history files. 



28 



Town of Hatfield-FYO; 

PY2003 Revenue Report (All Entries) - General Fund 







Estimated Revenue Revised 


Actual 


\ 


Revenue Category / Account 




Revenue Revisions Estimated Rev. 


Revenue 


Balance Rec 


TAXES and EXCISES 












Personal Property Taxes 


(01-4-110-000) 


143,500.82 


143,500.82 


141,648.39 


1,852.43 99 


Real Estate Taxes 


(01-4-120-000) 


3,878,934.54 


3,878,934.54 


3,699,213.97 


179,720.57 95 


Allow for Abate & Exempts (01-4-130-000) 


( 48,911.54) 


( 48,911.54) 




48,911.54) 


Tax Liens Redeemed 


(01-4-142-000) 






40,340.82 


40,340.82) 


Motor Vehicle Excise 


(01-4-150-000) 


419,000.00 


419,000.00 


621,026.02 ( 


202,026.02)148 


Farm Animal Excise 


(01-4-162-000) 






1,582.00 ( 


1,582.00) 


Chap. 61 Rollback Taxes 


(01-4-164-000) 






8,153.89 ( 


8,153.89) 


Interest on Property Tax 


(01-4-171-000) 


26,200.00 


26,200.00 


22,853.48 


3,346.52 87 


Interest on Excises 


(01-4-172-000) 






4,581.26 ( 


4,581.26) 


Interest on Tax Liens 


(01-4-173-000) 






10,771.99 ( 


10,771.99) 


Interest on Farm/Animal 


(01-4-174-000) 






55.00 ( 


55.00) 


Mobile Home Excise 


(01-4-192-000) 


8,500.00 


8,500.00 


5,760.00 


2,740.00 68 


TOTAL TAXES and EXCISES: 


4,427,223.82 


0.00 4,427,223.82 


4,555,986.82 ( 


128,763.00)103 


CHARGES FOR SERVICES 












Trash Receipts 


(01-4-247-000) 


47,000.00 


47,000.00 


62,635.50 


15,635.50)133 


TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES: 


47,000.00 


0.00 47,000.00 


62,635.50 ( 


15,635.50)133 


DEPARTMENTAL REVENUE 












Cable TV Franchise Fees 


(01-4-320-001) 






644.50 ( 


644.50) 


3.O.H. Fees 


(01-4-320-003) 






4,875.00 


4,875.00) 


PD Accident Reports 


(01-4-320-004) 






206.00 ( 


206.00) 


RMV Marking/Clear Charges 


(01-4-320-005) 






1,760.00 


1,760.00) 


Fees - Fire Dept . 


(01-4-321-000) 






1,600.00 ( 


1,600.00) 


Tax Collector Fees 


(01-4-322-000) 


25,000.00 


25,000.00 


11,596.00 


13,404.00 46 


Town Clerk Fees 


(01-4-322-001) 






4,111.00 ( 


4,111.00) 


Tax Title Release Fees 


(01-4-322-002) 






19.00 


19.00) 


Dog Licenses 


(01-4-322-003) 






2,112.00 ( 


2,112.00) 


Fees - Planning Board 


(01-4-327-000) 






2,295.00 


2,295.00) 


Fees - Conservation Comm. 


(01-4-328-000) 






32.24 ( 


32.24) 


Fees - Zoning 8oard 


(01-4-330-000) 






420.00 


420.00) 


Cobra Admin Fee 


(01-4-332-001) 






363.21 1 


363.21) 


Rentals 


(01-4-360-000) 


12,000.00 


12,000.00 


12,000.00 


100 


Cemetery Interest-State 


(01-4-370-491) 


1,800.00 


1,800.00 


1,117.87 


682.13 62 


Liquor Licenses 


(01-4-410-000) 






17,196.00 


17,196.00) 


Licenses - Other 


(01-4-420-000) 






101.00 


101.00) 


Permits - 8uilding Dept. 


(01-4-450-000) 


120,000.00 


120,000.00 


27,282.25 


92,717.75 23 


Permits - Police Dept. 


(01-4-451-000) 






1,505.00 


1,505.00) 


Permits - Plumbing 


(01-4-452-000) 






4,847.00 


4,847.00) 


Gas Permits 


(01-4-452-001) 






2,229.00 


2,229.00) 


Permits - Wiring 


(01-4-453-000) 






6,515.00 


6,515.00) 


Permits - Other 


(01-4-454-000) 






560.00 


560.00) 


Tag Sale Permits 


(01-4-459-001) 






120.00 


; 120.00) 


Raffle Permits 

TOTAL DEPARTMENTAL 


(01-4-459-002) 
REVENUE: 






30.00 


30.00) 


158,800.00 


0.00 158,800.00 


103,537.07 


55,262.93 65 


STATE REVENUE 










State Owned Land 


(01-4-611-000) 


500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


100 


Abatements to Veterans 


(01-4-613-000) 


6,363.00 


6,363.00 


6,363.00 


100 



29 



Town of Hatfield-FY03 

FY2003 Revenue Report (All Entries) - General Fund 



Revenue Category / Account 



Estimated 
Revenue 



Revenue 
Revisions 



Revised 
Estimated Rev. 



Actual 
Revenue 



Balance 



Rec 



Abatements to the Elderly 


(01-4-616-000) 


13,021.00 




13,021.00 


25,426.00 ( 


12,405.00)195 


School Aid Chapter 70 


(01-4-620-000) 


672,227.00 




672,227.00 


672,227.00 


100 


School Transportation 


(01-4-621-000) 


24,155.00 




24,155.00 


28,544.00 ( 


4,389.00)118 


Veteren's Benefits 


(01-4-660-000) 


4,362.00 




4,362.00 


3,203.63 


1,158.37 73 


Lottery Aid 


(01-4-661-000) 


316,141.00 




316,141.00 


286,582.00 


29,559.00 91 


Room Occupancy 


(01-4-685-000) 








3,523.00 ( 


3,523.00) 


Extended Polling Hours-St 


(01-4-691-000) 








2,407.18 


2,407.18) 


TOTAL STATE REVENUE 


1,036,769.00 


0.00 


1,036,769.00 


1,028,775.81 


7,993.19 99 


OTHER INTERGOVERNMENTAL REV 












RMV Fines 


(01-4-770-001) 


46,000.00 




46,000.00 


27,195.00 


18,805.00 59 


Oistrict Court Fines 


(01-4-770-002) 








1,970.00 


1,970.00) 


Dog Fines 


(01-4-770-004) 








20.00 


20.00) 


Parking Fines 


(01-4-770-005) 
VERNMENTAL REV: 








335.00 


335.00) 


TOTAL OTHER INTERGO 


46,000.00 


0.00 


46,000.00 


29,520.00 


16,480.00 64 


MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES 














Earnings on Investments 


(01-4-820-000) 


72,000.00 




72,000.00 


99,470.85 


27,470.85)138 


NSF Check Charges 


(01-4-840-004) 








325.08 


325.08) 


Street List Sales 


(01-4-840-006) 








329.20 


329.20) 


Copies 


(01-4-840-007) 








255.90 


255.90) 


Sale of bylaws 


(01-4-840-008) 








260.00 


260.00) 


Misc. Revenue 


(01-4-840-018) 








4,542.33 


4,542.33) 


Refunds of Prior FY Exp. 


(01-4-841-001) 








1,738.00 


1,738.00) 


Sale of Surplus 


(01-4-841-002) 








2,908.00 


2,908.00) 


Medicaid Reimbursement 


(01-4-841-010) 


19,500.00 




19,500.00 


19,463.00 


37.00 100 


CH90 Reimb/Stabilization 


(01-4-841-015) 








49,997.71 


I 49,997.71) 


TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES: 


91,500.00 


0.00 


91,500.00 


179,290.07 ( 


87,790.07)196 


OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 














Funded by Encumbrance 


(01-4-999-902) 
NG SOURCES: 




342,798.07 


342,798.07 




342,798.07 


TOTAL OTHER FINANCI 


0.00 


342,798.07 


342,798.07 


0.00 


342,798.07 


TOTAL REVENUES: 


5,807,292.82 


342.798.07 


6,150,090.89 


5,959,745.27 


190,345.62 97 



30 



Town of Hatfield-FY03 

FY2003 Revenue Report as of 2004/04/06 - Cther Funds 



Fund Number / Revenue Account 



Estimated 
Revenue 



Revenue 
Revisions 



Revised 
Estimated Rev. 



Actual 
Revenue 



Balance 



FUND 10 WATER DEPARTMENT 
Interest on Water Charges 
rWater Charges 
New Water Service 
Shut-Off Fee 
Funded by Carryover 



10-4-170-000; 
(10-4-210-000! 
(10-4-320-000; 
(10-4-323-000; 
(10-4-999-901; 

TOTAL FUND 10: 



: UND n SEWER DEPARTMENT 
Interest on Sewer Fees (11-4-170-000) 

(11-4-210-000) 
(11-4-320-000) 
(11-4-999-90!) 

TOTAL FUND 11: 



rSewer Fees 

New Sewer Connection 

Funded by Carryover 



FUND 15 AMBULANCE 
Ambulance Charges 



(15-4-210-000; 
TOTAL FUND 15: 



FUND 2J. Cultural Council Grants 
State Grant receipt (21-4-680-000) 

TOTAL FUND 21 J 



FUND 22 SCHOOL LUNCH 
Charges for Ser-Lunches 
School Lunch-State 
School Lunch-Sec 11 
School Lunch-Sec 04 
School Milk-fed 
School Fed Breakfast 



(22-4-300-270) 
(22-4-300-680) 
(22-4-300-681) 
(22-4-300-682) 
(22-4-300-683) 
(22-4-300-684) 

TOTAL FUND 22 



FUND 23 HIGHWAY FUNDS 
Hway Grant 838426 rev 



FUND 28 SCHOOL FUNDS 
rTITLE II FY03 
r240FY01 Sped 94-142 
SPED Program Improvement 
rFY03 Title V (VI) 
r305FY01 Title I 
rFY03 Title I 
rHEC Comm. Partner. 
Student Activities 
r331FY01 Drugfree Schools 
r346FY01Health Education 



(23-4-427-000 

TOTAL FUND 23 

GRANTS 

(28-4-140-203) 
(28-4-240-201) 

(28-4-274-203) 
(28-4-302-203) 
(28-4-305-201) 
(28-4-305-203) 
(28-4-316-000) 
(28-4-330-000) 
(28-4-331-201) 
(28-4-346-201) 



1,093.00 



3,441 
3,441, 



3,441.! 
3,441.! 



3,019.48 



3,019.48 



0.00 



98,606.35 



98,606.35 



1,379.72 

331,356.03 

11,250.00 

3,190.00 



347,175.75 



1,132.15 

272,709.06 

2,000.00 



2,000.00 
2,000.00 



98,606.35 



1,214.85 


1,214.85 


1,214.85 


6,550.00 


6,550.00 


6,550.00 


3,351.20 


3,351.20 


3,351.20 


596.21 


596.21 


596.21 


815.68 


815.68 


815.68 



1,379.72; 

331,356.03; 
11,250. 00; 
3, 190. 00; 
3,441.80 



343,733.95; 



1,132.15; 

272,709.06; 
2,000.00: 
3,019.48 



0.00 


3,019.48 


3,019.48 


275,841.21 ( 


272,821.73 




57,448.66 


57,448.66 


57,448.66 




0.00 


57,448.66 


57,448.66 


57,448.66 


0.00 



2,000.00: 
2,000.00: 



: 0.00 
) 


111,134.29 


111,134.29 


111,134.29 
156,005.47 


0.00 
( 156,005.47 


: 0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


156,005.47 ( 


156,005.47 







4,609.00 ( 


4,609.00 


137.05 


137.05 


62,703.05 ( 


62,566.00 






3,750.00 ( 


3,750.00 




1,093.00 


1,997.50 ( 


904.50 






9,000.00 ( 


9,000.00 






15,316.00 ( 


15,316.00 


15,800.00 


15,800.00 


15,800.00 




89,737.99 


89,737.99 


89,737.99 








3.399.03 ( 


3,39^.03 






2,101.60 ( 


2,101.60 



31 



Town of Hatfield-FY03 

FY2003 Revenue Report as of 2004/04/06 - Other Funds 



Fund Number / Revenue Account 



Estimated 
Revenue 



Revenue 


Revised 


Actual 


Revisions 


Estimated Rev. 


Revenue 






6,060.00 


11,210.69 


11,210.69 


2,210.69 


23,346.75 


23,346.75 


25,362.75 


23,398.00 


23,398.00 


23,398.00 


2,221.00 


2,221.00 


2,221.00 


2,618.10 


2,618.10 


2,618.10 


500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


807.50 


807.50 


807.50 


325.00 


325.00 


325.00 


170.00 


170.00 


170.00 


212.50 


212.50 


212.50 


670.00 


670.00 


670.00 


265.00 


265.00 


265.00 


290.00 


290.00 


290.00 
9,000.00 


44,396.00 


44,396.00 


76,119.00 


541.97 


541.97 


541.97 



8alance 



rFY03 School Health Grant 
Donations Gift 
r Preschool 
Athletic Revolving 
Flo8k-Cust Choice Grant 
Rural Ed. Achievement P/G 
Gift-School Salaries 
Gift-New Sch-Playground 
Gift-New Sch-Athl Facilit 
Gift-New Sch-Furnishings 
Gift-New Sch-Technology 
Gift-New Sch-Arts 
Gift-New Sch-Gym Bleacher 
Gift-New Sch-Undesignated 
HIT Inventeam Grant 
FY2003 School Choice 
Int. Student Activities 



FUND 22 Miscellaneous Specia 
HCTV-AT&T Grant 
rExtended Polling Hours 
Cons. Comm. Filing Fees 
rRunning Gutter Res Prote 
FY03 Community Policing 
rFed. Armor Vest Grant 
Justice P/G - Vests 
Police Pub Safety Equipmt 
SAFE Grant - FY03 
Fire Pub Safety Equipment 
DEM Tree Releaf Grant 
Helena-No. Hatfield Rd. 
CDAG-DPy-Water 
FEMA Snow Removal Grant 
rev Formula Grant 
rH.V.E.S. Grant 
rev Ride & Trip Donations 
rCOA Clinic Donations 
rLIG/MEG/NRC Librry Grnts 
Gates Foundation Grant 
Keats Library Grant 
rLibrary Special Gifts 
rev. Recreation Revolving 



(28-4-346-203; 
(28-4-351-000; 
(28-4-370-000; 
(28-4-372-000: 
(28-4-380-203; 
(28-4-401-203; 
(28-4-560-355; 
(28-4-560-361; 
(28-4-560-362; 
(28-4-560-363; 
(28-4-560-364; 
(28-4-560-365; 
(28-4-560-366; 
(28-4-560-367; 
(28-4-575-203; 
(28-4-624-203; 
(28-4-820-330; 

TOTAL FUND 28: 

Rev 

29-4-122-122 
29-4-162-000 
29-4-171-000 
29-4-171-001 
29-4-212-203 
29-4-214-001 
29-4-214-003 
29-4-217-203 
29-4-222-203 
29-4-224-203 
29-4-294-202 
29-4-420-203 
29-4-440-103 
29-4-440-303 
29-4-541-120 
29-4-541-124 
29-4-541-128 
29-4-541-132 
29-4-610-000 
29-4-610-203 
29-4-610-303 
29-4-610-602 
29-4-630-120 

OTAL FUND 29 



FUND 34 NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
NEW SCHOOL BANS PROCEEDS (34-4-910-300 

TOTAL FUND 34 

FUND 3_9 HISCEI LANEOUS BORROWINGS 
rAccounting Software (39-4-910-135; 



1,093. 



15,500.00 
15,000.00 



216,647.55 



217,740.55 



552.50 
14,322.61 

789.00 



1,176.27 



5,218.49 

12,461.04 
8,446.34 

2,990.87 



1,500.68 
4,103.00 



552.50 
14,322.61 

789.00 

15,500.00 

1,176.27 

15,000.00 



5,218.49 

12,461.04 
8,446.34 

2.990.87 



1,500.68 
4,103.00 



359, 185. ( 



36,000.00 

353.00 

552.50 

14,322.61 

10,000.00 

789.00 

789.00 

15,500.00 

1,176.27 

15,000.00 

5,000.00 

9,380.45 

61,068.00 

3,327.00 

12,461.04 

8,193.34 

253.00 

2,990.87 

8,390.00 

350.00 

1,500.68 

4,103.00 



6,060.00; 
9,000.00 

2,016. oo; 



9,000.00 
31,723.00 



141,445.13 



36,000.00 
353.00 



10,000.00 
789.00 



5,000.00 

9,380.45 

61,068.00 

5,218.49 



253.00 
253.00 

,390.00 
350.00 





30,500.00 


51,560.80 


82,060.80 


211,499.76 


( 129,438.96 


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7,113,000.00 


( 7,113,000.00 




0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


7,113,000.00 


( 7,113,000.00 



4 5, 000. 00 



45,000. 



32 



fown of Hatfield-FY03 

FY200? Revenue Report as of 2004/04/06 



Other Funds 



Fund Number / Revenue Account 



Estimated 
Revenue 



Revenue 
Revisions 



Revised 
Estimated Rev. 



Actual 
Revenue 



Balance 
24,651 



r2003 Ford School Van 
Smith Academy HVAC 



(39-4-910-300; 
(39-4-910-301; 

TOTAL FUND 39: 



FUND 81 NONEXPENDABLE TRUST PRIN. 
Contrib to Cemetery Trust (81-4-501-000) 

TOTAL FUND 81: 

FUND 82 EXPENDABLE TRUST FUNDS 
Town Land Preservation FD (82-4-401-000) 



Int. Stabilization 
Int. Michael Slysz 
Int. 325th Anniversary 
Int. Ambulance 
Int. Maude Soli 
Int. Graduation 
Int. Tobacco Shed 
Ambulance Donations 
Donat. to Graduation 
Int. Workers Comp Trust 
Unemployment Fund 
Int. Unemployment 



(82-4-820-100; 
(82-4-820-101; 
(82-4-820-102; 
(82-4-820-200; 
(82-4-820-300; 
(82-4-820-301; 
(82-4-820-600; 
(82-4-830-200; 
(82-4-830-301; 
(82-4-912-820; 
(82-4-913-000; 
(82-4-913-820; 

TOTAL FUND 82: 



0.( 



320,000.00 



320,000. ( 



17,144, 



17,144.68 



24,651. 
320,000. 



0.00 


320,000.00 


320,000.00 


389,651.00 


( 


69,651.00 








2,550.00 


( 


2,550.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


2,550.00 


( 


2,550.00 







61,560.00 ( 


61,560.00 


6,301.04 


6,301.04 


6,301.04 




116.76 


116.76 


116.76 




56.12 


56.12 


56.12 




623.05 


623.05 


623.05 




747.80 


747.80 


747.80 




1,325.40 


1,325.40 


1,325.40 




184.05 


184.05 


184.05 




65.00 


65.00 


65.00 




6,943.54 


6,943.54 


6,943.54 




285.00 


285.00 


285.00 








50,000.00 ( 


50,000.00 


496.92 


496.92 


496.92 





128,704.68 



TTL OTHER FUND BALANCES as of 2004/04/06: 



31,593. 



780.397.26 



811,990.26 



9,154,196.50 



111,560.00; 
,342,206.24; 



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34 



BOARD OF ASSESSORS 

Tax Rate Recapitulation 

Raised From Taxation $6,015,282.75 

Free Cash $252,727.00 

Available Funds $430,140.63 

Enterprise funds (Water & Sewer)* $598,227.00 
Cherry Sheet Charges and Offsets $34 1 ,069.00 
Snow and Ice Deficit $4,804.78 

Total Appropriations $7,642,251.16 

* Enterprise funds - Although shown on the recapitulation 
sheet, are supported by user fees. 

Tax Rate Recapitulation 



ABATEMENTS AND EXEMPTIONS 
GRANTED FOR FISCAL YEAR 2004 



State Estimated Receipts 

Local Estimated Receipts 

Enterprise funds (Water & Sewer)* 

Free Cash 

Other Available Funds 

Total Estimated Receipts 

Total appropriations 
Total estimated receipts 
Fiscal Year 2004 Tax Levy 

Fiscal year 2004 
maximum allowable levy 
Fiscal year 2004 levy ceiling 



$955,136.00 
$876,200.00 
$598,227.00 
$252,727.00 
$430.140.63 
$3,112,430.63 

$7,642,251.16 

-$3,112,430.63 

$4,529,820.53 



$4,555,992 
$9,066,895 



The fiscal year 2004 tax rate was approved by the Department 
of Revenue on November 12, 2003. Real estate and personal 
property tax bills were mailed on November 30, 2003. There 
are 2,182 real estate parcels in the Town of Hatfield and 103 
personal property accounts. 

Tax Rate Recapitulation 

Valuation by Class % Levy by Class 



Residential 
Commercial 
Industrial 
Personal Property 



269,894,888 
66,335,971 
14,691,034 
11,753,890 



74.4% 

18.3% 

4.1% 

3.2% 



Total Valuation by Class 362,675,783 

MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE 

Calendar Year # of bills Total Value Total Tax 2003 
4,916 $22,061,464 $475,011.71 

MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE ABATEMENTS 

Calendar Year # of Abatements Amount Abated 
2003 159 $12,379.60 



# of abatements/exemptions 



Amount 



12* Real Estate Abatements 

40 Veterans 

16 Elderly (over 70 -41C) 

6 Elderly (over 70 - 17D) 

1 Blind (37A) 

1 Spouse of fireman killed in line of duty 
Total Amount Granted 



# of deferred taxes 
1 



Type 
Real Estate 



Total Amount Deferred 

*Figure not final at time of report. 



$2,833.94 
$12,850.00 

$8,000.00 

$1,050.00 
$500.00 

$2.440.54 
$24,873.02 

Amount 
$2,488.86 
$2488.86 



After almost two years in development and testing, the 
new assessing software from Point Software was used 
successfully to conduct the triennial revaluation. As part of this 
revaluation the Assessors did a "full measure and list" which 
the DOR requires every nine years which involves visiting all 
properties in town and updating information. We are pleased 
to report that the new software not only meets and exceeds 
DOR requirements but gives our department added tools to 
save the Town considerable expense now and in the future. 

Because Hatfield was the first Town to adopt and help 
develop the software, the cost of the software was free for a 
savings of $17,400. Having the capability to value commercial 
property and analyze sales data, along with other reporting, we 
are for the first time able to fully complete revaluations "in- 
house" saving the Town over $6000. The most dramatic 
savings is that the last "full measure and list revaluation" cost 
over $70,000 in 1995. In 2003, the revaluation incurred no 
additional cost. 

Further savings will occur as the Board plans to update 
values on a yearly basis so that taxpayers will be less likely to 
experience "sticker shock" concerning their property value 
which happened in Hatfield and many other towns this year. 

Board meetings are held twice per month on Wednesday 
mornings at 8:00 AM. Date and time postings can be found on 
the Town Hall bulletin board and the local newspaper. Anyone 
wishing to meet with the board may schedule a time by visiting 
the office or calling 247-0322. As always, we welcome your 
input as to how we may better serve you and our town. 

Board of Assessors, 
Christopher Smith 
Edward W. Lesko, Jr. 
Ronald Punska 



35 



TREASURER'S REPORT 

In Account with the Town of Hatfield 

JULY 1 . 2002 TO JUNE 30. 2003 



Cash Book Balance July 1 , 2002 

Receipts 

July 2002 
August 2002 
September 2002 
October 2002 
November 2002 
December 2002 
January 2003 
February 2003 
March 2003 
April 2003 
May 2003 
June 2003 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 



4,829,732.94 



311 

9,957 

990 ; 

544 

1,955 

486 

378, 

338, 

428, 

1,835 

547, 

994 



997.52 
829.61 
020.97 
669.88 
676.85 
587.15 
794.14 
760.11 
087.43 
954.24 
290.16 
266.03 



18,769,934.09 



Disbursements 

July 2002 
August 2002 
September 2002 
October 2002 
November 2002 
December 2002 
January 2003 
February 2003 
March 2003 
April 2003 
May 2003 
June 2003 



1,657 

1,320 

1,253 

1,795 

1,500 

1,237 

982 

981 

949 

1,337 

1,273 

1,463 



367.08 
591.89 
576.96 
365.42 
638.02 
709.32 
154.35 
,899.52 
088.13 
828.60 
,022.28 
783.81 



TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 
Cash Book Balance June 30, 2003 



15.753.025.38 
7,846,641.65 



General Cash 
Trust Funds 



Total Trust Fund 
Total Cash 



ANALYSIS OF CASH 

June 30, 2003 



Ambulance 

Anniversary Trust 

Boli, Maude Morton 

Cemetery Perpetual Care 

Graduation Trust Fund 

Slysz.Michael R. Memorial Fund 

Smith Academy Student Activities 

Stabilization Fund 

Tobacco Shed Maintenance Trust 

Unemployment Fund 

Workmen's Compensation 



7,008,034.20 



44,032.83 

3,963.06 

50,544.72 

77,162.36 

95,051.22 

7,881.22 

66,800.27 

443,435.72 

12,998.46 

23,182.55 

13,555.04 



838.607.45 
7,846,641.65 



36 



INTEREST INCOME 

Fiscal Year 2003 



General Cash 




96,174.25 


Trust Funds 






Ambulance 


623.05 




Anniversary Trust 


56.12 




Boli, Maude Morton 


747.80 




Cemetery Perpetual Care 


971.52 




Graduation Award 


1,283.25 




Slysz, Michael R. 


116.76 




Smith Academy Student Activities Account 


541.97 




Stabilization Fund 


6,301.04 




Tobacco Shed Maintenance Trust 


184.05 




Unemployment Fund 


496.92 




Workers' Compensation Insurance Trust Fund 


285.00 


11.607.48 


TOTAL INTEREST INCOME 




107,781.73 



TRUST FUNDS 

Ambulance Fund 

Balance June 30, 2003 44,032.83 

Balance July 1 , 2002 43,344.78 
Deposits 65.00 

Interest 623.05 



Anniversary Trust 
Balance, June 30, 2003 3,963.06 

Balance July 1 , 2002 3,906.94 

Interest 56.12 



Maude Morton Boli Alumna Fund 



Balance June 30, 2003 50,544.72 

Balance July 1 , 2002 52,879.00 

Withdrawals (3,082.08) 
Interest 747.80 



Non-expendible balance 42,947.58 



Cemetery Perpetual Care 

Balance June 30, 2003 77,162.36 

Balance July 1 , 2002 73,862.36 

Deposits 3,300.00 

Interest 971.52 

In account with the Town of Hatfield 

Comm. Of Mass. Account 300.00 



New Perpetual Care Accounts 






Belden, Sanford & Elizabeth 


600.00 




Schmith, Donna & Family 


600.00 




Maiewski, Alice, Benny & Al 


750.00 




Lyden, Eleanor 


350.00 




Murphy, William & Karen 


700.00 




Paniczko, Peter 


300.00 


3,300.00 



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Graduation Awards 



Balance June 30, 2003 






95,051.22 






Balance July 1,2002 




94,796.00 








Deposits 




2,018.54 








Interest 




1,325.40 








Disbursements 




3,088.72 








Non-expendible Trust Balance 












Adams, John and Christine 


1,000.00 




Hatfield Soccer Association 




1,757.72 


Bell, Tyler Scott 


1,000.00 




Hillard, Stephen 




1,001.00 


Betsold, Henry 


6,696.23 




Kempisty, Jean 




2,000.00 


Boyle, Martha Pelissier 


2,135.00 




Kochan, Frank 




2,145.00 


Class of 1976 


300.00 




Lesukoski.John 




1,000.00 


Class of 1977 


471.64 




Mokrecki, Sophie 




1,000.00 


Class of 1986 


1,180.13 




Novak.Suzanne 




2,005.00 


Cutter.Carol 


7,506.00 




Osley.Brenda 




1,889.88 


Demers.Brenda 


905.44 




Potyrala.Edward 




1,840.00 


Denn, Maureen 


1,856.37 




Ryan, Robert 




6,000.00 


Garstka, John and Helen 


13,450.47 




Skarzynski.John 




1,000.00 


Hatfield Fyfe & Drum Corp 


500.00 




Smiarowski.Teddy 




1,525.00 


Hatfield Lions Club 


22,405.61 




Women's Club of the 




525.00 


Thaddeus "Ted" Kabat" Awards 






Holy Trinity Church 
Zembiski, Patricia 




650.00 


AWARD 


BALANCE 


DEPOSITS 


INTEREST WITHDRAWALS 


BALANCE 




7/1/02 








06/30/03 


Adams, John &Christine 


1,168.36 




16.17 


100.00 


1,084.53 


Bell, Tyler Scott 


1,006.29 


83.45 


14.02 


100.00 


1,003.76 


Betsold, Henry 


6,691.13 


236.99 


93.39 


300.00 


6,721.51 


Boyle, Martha Pelissier 


2,148.43 




29.92 


35.31 


2,143.04 


Class of 1976 


336.36 




4.66 


15.00 


326.02 


Class of 1977 


535.96 




7.45 


v 25.00 


518.41 


Class of 1986 


1,383.01 




19.16 


100.00 


1,302.17 


Cutter.Carol 


8,534.82 


1,000.00 


125.99 


250.00 


9,410.81 


Demers.Brenda 


986.53 




13.71 


50.00 


950.24 


Denn, Maureen 


2,009.53 




27.90 


100.00 


1,937.43 


Garstka, John & Helen 


13,423.49 




187.04 


109.63 


13,500.90 


Hatfield Fyfe &Drum Corp 


744.26 




10.38 


0.00 


754.64 


Hatfield Lions Club Thaddeus "Ted" Kabat A 


23,120.73 


400.00 


320.98 


250.00 


23,591.71 


Hatfield Soccer Association 


2,042.98 




28.28 


150.00 


1,921.26 


Hillard, Stephen 


1,232.71 




17.19 


0.00 


1,249.90 


Kempisty, Jean 


2,012.44 




28.00 


32.91 


2,007.53 


Kiwanis Club of Northampton 


137.92 




1.75 


139.32 


0.35 


Kochan, Frank 


2,470.39 




34.27 


150.00 


2,354.66 


Lesukoski.John 


1,102.23 




15.33 


50.00 


1,067.56 


Mokrecki, Sophie 


1,006.29 


73.45 


14.02 


90.00 


1,003.76 


Novak.Suzanne 


2,064.75 


100.00 


28.77 


100.00 


2,093.52 


Osley.Brenda 


2,025.64 




28.12 


100.00 


1,953.76 


Potyrala.Edward 


2,229.63 




31.03 


50.00 


2,210.66 


Ryan, Robert 


6,761.44 




93.80 


400.00 


6,455.24 


Skarzynski.John 


1,006.29 




14.03 


16.55 


1,003.77 


Smiarowski.Teddy 


1,534.72 


74.65 


21.41 


100.00 


1,530.78 


Theberge, Peter 


5,797.08 


50.00 


80.83 


200.00 


5,727.91 


Women's Club 


566.71 




7.87 


25.00 


549.58 


Zembiski, Patricia 


715.88 




9.93 


50.00 


675.81 




94,796.00 


2,018.54 


1,325.40 


3,088.72 


95,051.22 



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Michael R. Slysz Memorial Fund 



Balance June 30, 2003 

Balance July 1, 2002 

Interest 

Withdrawals 



7,881.22 



8225.16 
116.76 
460.70 



Non-expendible trust balance 



Smith Academy Student Activities Account 



Balance June 30, 2003 

Balance July 1,2002 
Deposits 
Withdrawals 
Interest 



46,650.17 

91,945.59 

72,337.46 

541.97 



66,800.27 



Stabilization Fund 



Balance June 30, 2003 

Balance July 1, 2002 
Withdrawals 
Interest 



487,134.68 

50,000.00 

6,301.04 



443,435.72 



Tobacco Shed Maintenance Trust 



Balance June 30, 2003 

Balance July 1,2002 
Interest 



12,814.41 
184.05 



12,998.46 



Unemployment Fund 



Balance June 30, 2003 

Balance July 1, 2002 
Deposits 
Interest 
Withdrawals 



725.63 
50,000.00 

496.92 
28,040.00 



23,182.55 



Workers' Compensation Insurance Trust Fund 



Balance June 30, 2003 

Balance July 1, 2002 

Interest 

Withdrawals 



13,555.04 



23,116.09 

285.00 

9,846.05 



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TOWN CLERK— G. LOUISE SLYSZ 

The Town Clerk's responsibilities cover a broad spectrum of town business, as set forth by the General 
Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Some of the responsibilities include the recording and 
certification of all town meeting actions, the recording of all appointments and resignations, the 
administration of the oath of office to all appointed and elected officials, the posting of all committee 
meetings, the filing and certification of the permits and plans processed by the Planning Board and the 
Zoning Board of Appeals, the preparation and oversight of all elections, the recording of all vital statistics, 
and the issuance of many licenses. The Town Clerk's office is a Passport Acceptance Facility. 
Excerpts of the action at the town meetings held in 2003 are included in this report. The full text of all 
articles is available for public inspection at the Town Clerk's office. 



VITAL STATISTICS The certificates for births, deaths, and marriages are recorded in the Town 
Clerk's Office. Certified copies are available for $5.00 each. 

2003 Events Births Deaths Marriages 

Male 7 16 16 

Female 13 15 



Totals 



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31 



16 



DOG LICENSES Dog licenses are renewed annually by March 31. In 2003, the fee for a dog license 
was set at $6.00 for all dogs. Kennel Fees were set at $20.00 and $55.00. A penalty of $ 1 .00 per month 
is assessed beginning May 1st for late registration. 

Sales 2003 Number Amount 

Total Dog Licenses Issued 357 2142.00 

Late Fines 27 54.00 



Total Receipts 




2196.00 


FISH AND GAME LICENSES-2003 SALES 


1415.00 




Fishing 


87 




Hunting 


12 


314.75 




Sporting 


78 


1900.00 




Various Stamps 


32 


163.10 




Wildland Conservation Stamps 


130 


650.00 




Total Sales 


339 


4442.85 




Processing Fees 




131.00 




Total 




4573.85 




(DueComm of Mass.$4,374.00 


Local Fees-$ 199.85) 




• 
VARIOUS LICENSES/PERMITS/FILINGS— 2003 








Number 


Fee 


Burial Permits 




5 


50.00 


Business Certificates 




19 


950.00 


Bylaws, Sets Town and Zoning 




32 


320.00 


Gasoline Storage Permit 




29 


580.00 


Passport applications 




32 


960.00 


Raffle Permits 




3 


30.00 


Special Permit/Site Plan Applications 




8 


1445.00 


Street Lists 




29 


290.00 


Street Lists, No Charge 




40 




Street List/voting lists-disks, labels 




4 


18.00 


UCC: Searches 




23 


230.00 


Vital Statistics-Certified Copies 




192 


1920.00 


Marriage Intentions 




17 


340.00 


Zoning Maps, Sale of 




8 


80.00 



Total Sales 



441 



7,213.00 



41 



ANNUAL TOWN ELECTIONS MAY 20, 2003 

TOTAL VOTE CAST-947 REGULAR-923 ABSENTEE-24 



SELECTMAN 


3 Yrs 


ASSESSOR 


3 Yrs 


SCHOOL COMMITTEE 


3 Yrs 


SCHOOL COMMITTEE 


3 Yrs 


LIBRARY TRUSTEE 


3 Yrs 


ELECTOR UNDER THE WILL 




OF OLIVER SMITH 


1 Yr 


CEMETERY COMMISSIONER 


3 Yrs 


BOARD OF HEALTH 


3 Yrs 


PLANNING BOARD 


5 Yrs 


PLANNING BOARD 


4 Yrs 


HOUSING AUTHORITY 


5 Yrs 


HOUSING AUTHORITY 


3 Yrs 



DIANA M. HIGGINS-333 WEST ST 654 

EDWARD W. LESKO, JR.-131D Main St 730 

WITOLD BZDEL - 149 Depot Road 433 

LYNN A. OMASTA-133 Depot Road 424 

JANE A. SCAVOTTO-26 Pleasant View Drive 750 

LYDIA SZYCH-449 Mam Street 775 

JOSEPH A. LAVALLEE, SR.-83 Main Street 748 

STANLEY J. SLIWOSKI-160 North Hatfield Rd 463 

EDWARD D. MOLLOY-22 1 Straits Road 60 1 

PAUL S. DOSTAL-6 Main Street 643 

JOSEPH A. SZYCH-62 School Street 757 

JANET G. B ALISE- 1 7 Gore Ave 782 



SPECIAL TOWN ELECTIONS SEPTEMBER 9, 2003 

TOTAL VOTE CAST - 887 REGULAR 849 ABSENTEE 38 



Question 1. $161,670 additional taxes 
Question 2. $83,655.17 capital expenditures 



Yes 212 

Yes 215 



No 671 
No 665 



42 



SUMMARY OF NON-FINANCIAL ARTICLES 

Annual Town Meeting May 13, 2003 

Article 9 . Amended the Town By-Laws by changing the minimum height of the building number from 2 

inches to 4 inches. 

Article 10 . Voted to NOT amend the Zoning By-Laws and the Zoning Map-Proposal I (Light Industrial 

Zoning shown on the east and west sides of North Hatfield Road) 

Article 11 . Voted to adopt new Zoning By-Law, dated March 14, 2003, and the new Zoning Map, 

entitled Zoning Map Proposal II (Light Industrial Zoning shown on the west side of North Hatfield Road 

only) , both of which are on file with the Town Clerk's Office. Yes-136 No-29 

Article 12. Voted M.G.L. Ch. 40, §58, to impose a municipal charges lien on real property for any local 

fee that has not been paid with regard to the Town's animal control activities. 

Article 13. Amended the Town By-laws, Capital Improvement Planning Committee, by deleting "one 

member of the Property Committee" and inserting "two members of the community at large." 

Article 14. Voted M.G.L, Ch. 59, §5, cl. Seventeenth E, providing increases in the amount of the whole 

estate to be exempt from taxation. 

Article 15. Voted M.G.L. Ch. 59, §5, cl. Forty-first D, providing increases in the amounts for purposes 

of tax exemptions. 

Article 16. Voted to accept Woodridge Circle as a public way. 

Article 23. Voted to authorize the Selectmen to purchase or otherwise acquire including by gift, a fee 

simple, easement or right-of-way interest in land on and/or off Dwight Street known as C & S 

Wholesale Grocers, Inc. property in the area between number 25 Dwight Street and the C & S building and 

to commit the Town to leave a stub for C & S. 

Special Town Meeting September 16, 2003 

Article 4. Voted NOT to amend the FY04 Budget, Article 24 of the May 1 3, 2003 Annual Town Meeting, 

for the purpose of reducing Line Item #99 Elementary School Loan Principal to $122,000.00. Yes- 18 

No-47 

Article 5. Voted to rescind Article 21 of the May 11, 1999 Annual Town Meeting, M.G.L. Ch. 41 

Sec.l08C, to abolish the Personnel Board. 

Article 6. Voted to declare the town-owned building and certain land at 58 Main Street as surplus to 

the needs of the Town and voted to authorize the Selectmen to sell said property. 

Article 8. Voted for purposes of the installation and maintenance of drainage pipe relative to the Bridge Gore 

Project , to authorize the Board of Selectmen to purchase or otherwise acquire by gift, a fee simple, 

easement or right-of-way interest in land as depicted on the plans on file with the Town Department of 

Public Works, , 

Parcel number 49 Owned by Richard and Janet O'Dea; Map 220 number 26 now or formerly Owned by 

David Flynn Boyle; Parcel 223 number 158 now or formerly Owned by Karen Chambers. 

Article 9 . Voted for the purpose of the installation and maintenance of underground drainage pipe, structures 

and systems related to the Paving of Scotland Road, voted to authorize the Selectmen to purchase or 

otherwise acquire, easement or right-of-way in real estate described, as follows, and to declare as surplus 

any easement, right-of-way, or other interests it may have in any parcel abutting the Proposed 36.5' Wide 

Right-of-Way: Map 223 no. 44, Slysz William & Loma, 79 Elm St; Map 223 no. 45, Mendyk Michael Jr., 7 

Scotland Rd; Map 223 no. 47, Chmura Edward J. & Marie A., 1 1 Scotland Rd; Map 223 no. 48, MaGuffin 

Daniel 81 Elm St; Map 223 no. 48.1, Zieminski John H., Scotland Rd; Map 226 no. 26, Gay George Jr. & 

Leah, 17 Scotland Rd; Map 226 no. 27, Booth Ernst & Carolyn A., 21 Scotland Rd; Map 226 no. 28, 

Douglas Janet, 23 Scotland Rd; Map 226 no. 30. 1 , Greco James R & Ann Marie, 2 Woodridge Cir; Map 226 

no. 106, Matusiewicz Mitchell A. & Karen A., 34 Elm St; Map 226 no. 107, Szafranski Gail C. & Dunny 

David J., 26 Scotland Rd. 

Article 1 1 . Voted that an Economic Development and Industrial Corporation (EDIC) is needed within 

the Town of Hatfield and voted to grant authority to the Selectmen to appoint an Economic Development 

and Industrial Corporation Board of Directors in accordance with M.G.L. Chapter 12 1C. 

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44 



BOARD OF REGISTRARS 

ANNUAL CENSUS 

The annual census was conducted by mail during the month of January. The complete 
listing of residents was prepared and various reports, such as the jury list, the school lists, and the 
elderly lists were distributed. The population as of January 1, 2004 was 3524. The annual census 
since 1950 shown below illustrates the population changes of our community. 

Year 2004 2000 1995 1990 1980 1970 1960 1950 

Population 3524 3480 3354 3343 3099 2790 2350 2178 

Copies of the annual street list are for sale at the Town Clerk's office. The street list information 
and the voter list are also available on computer disk. Contact the Town Clerk for further 
information regarding the purchase of these items. 



VOTER REGISTRATION 

Voter registration sessions were held, as required by law, prior to the Town Meeting and 
all primaries and elections. Residents may register to vote at the Town Clerk's office during 
regular business hours. Mail-in voter registration as well as registration at the Registry of Motor 
Vehicles has helped to increase the number of registered voters. The official voting list was 
updated and distributed prior to each election. The following elections were held in 2003: 

Election Date Total Registered Total Number 
Voters Voted 

Annual Town Elections 5/20/03 2406 947 

Special Town Election 9/9/03 2441 887 

As of February 1, 2004, there were 2441 registered voters in the Town of Hatfield. The party 
enrollment was as follows: 



Democrats 


922 


Green-Rainbow 


7 


Republicans 


223 


Libertarian 


6 


Unenrollefl 


1282 


All others 


1 



Total number of registered voters in prior years 

Year 2000 1990 1980 1970 1960 1950 

Number 2485 2012 1970 1532 1360 1261 



Respectfully submitted, 
Ruth A. Kuchyt, Chairman 
Helen H. Bardwell 
G. Louise Slysz, Clerk 



45 



WAGE REPORT CALENDAR 2003 EARNINGS 

This listing includes all employees who received wages during calendar 2003 . The gross salary is for 
the calendar year. Please note that rates of pay for most town employees are based on the fiscal year, 
July 1 - June 30, while teachers' salaries are for the contract year, September 1 - August 31. While most 
positions are funded through taxation, some are funded through federal and state grants, or by fees 
paid by the participants. 



NAME 


POSITION 


WAGES 


Abamo, Frank E. 


High School Principal, Advisor, Basketball Timer 


49,589.56 


Albino, Susan 


Teacher, Stipend 


30,309.62 


Allaman, Erin 


Coach, Substitute teacher 


1,720.00 


Andrus, Julie A. 


Teacher's Aide, Teacher 


14,744.57 




Recreation 


1,308.00 


Antosz, Jason M. 


Firefighter 


220.03 


April, Michael J. 


School Technology Specialist/stipend 


46,167.08 


Arel, Joyce L. 


Ambulance-EMT 


749.26 


Aron, Cathleen 


Substitute Teacher 


65.00 


Banas, Laurie J. 


School Building Committee/ Census Clerk 


720.00 


Bannister, Sharon 


Substitute Teacher 


520.00 


Baranoski, Angie 


Teacher, Advisor, Tutor 


48,611.03 


Baranowski, Ronald 


Nature's Classroom Chaperone 


197.00 


Bardwell, A. Cory 


Board of Health 


4,495.00 




Planning Board Member 


400.00 


Bardwell, Helen H. 


Registrar of Voters 


189.44 


Bardwell, Jonathan 


Firefighter, Co Captain 


1,566.46 


Barker, Daniel A. 


Superintendent of Schools 


86,370.07 


Barstow, Matthew C. 


Police, DARE 


1,103.21 




Police, Private Duty 


285.00 


Bartlett, Thomas M. 


School Custodian 


9,405.00 


Belden, Allen W. 


Firefighter 


568.21 


Belden, William A. 


Co Fire Chief, Firefighter 


6,422.39 


Benoit, Jeffrey T. 


Nature's Classroom Chaperone 


98.50 


Bertrand, Meredith R. 


Teacher, Tutor 


38,045.64 


Betsold,Elaine M. 


Election Worker 


91.13 


Betsold, Jane M. 


Council on Aging Director 


26,075.84 




Nutrition Program 


444.92 


Bjerkadal, Kathryn F. 


Nature's Classroom Chaperone 


98.50 


Blanchard, Karen G. 


School Secretary 


23,903.68 


Bokina Paszek,Ellen M. 


Board of Health 


4,495.00 


Bonk, Barbara W. 


Election Worker 


74.26 


Bonk, Frank H. 


Town Hall Custodian 


7,226.75 


Boyle, William F. 


Police 


885.70 




Police, Private Duty 


180.00 


Britt, Jennifer J. 


Teacher's Aide, Substitute teacher 


4,519.36 


Brooks, Deanna L. 


Guidance Counselor, Advisor 


29,394.60 


Broussard, Nancy 


School Lunch 


5,352.78 


Brown, Brian 


Teacher, Coach, Substitute Teacher 


9,631.41 


Broxton, Melissa M. 


Coach 


1,766.00 


Brzozowski, Rita 


Election Worker 


67.50 


Butler, Christopher 


Police 


2,031.33 




Police, Private Duty 


3,807.75 



46 



Byrne, Kevin 


Town Hall Custodian 


1,290.00 


Bzdel, Martha B. 


Substitute Teacher 


3,262.50 


Cadran, Michael 


Teacher, Advisor 


42,219.83 


Carroll, Thomas E. 


Substitute Teacher 


335.00 


Case, Emily 


Teacher, Advisor 


16,268.20 


Castonguay, Stephanie A. 


Teacher 


30,482.64 


Cathn, Robert C. 


Substitute Teacher 


740.00 


Chase, Gregson F. 


Firefighter 


98.50 


Chmura, Marie A. 


School Lunch 


7,503.54 


Ciszewski, Alexander W. 


Assessor 


1,767.12 


Clark, Kathleen K. 


Teacher 


53,145.86 


Coach, Richard P. 


Coach 


1,553.00 


Coffin, James T. 


Teacher, Coach 


31,860.34 


Collins, Jillian M. 


Substitute Teacher 


60.00 


Cuthrell, Lisa S. 


Teacher's Aide, Custodian 


11,943.36 


Cutter, Alan D. 


Nature's Classroom Chaperone 


98.50 


Czemiak, Karen A. 


Teacher, Head Teacher, Stipend 


54,555.49 


Denisiewicz, Maxine 


Teacher, Stipend 


53,844.75 


Debnndisi, Greg A. 


Firefighter 


712.73 


Donaldson, Robert B. 


Emergency Management Director 


500.00 


Ebbets, Logan M. 


Recreation 


664.88 


Edwards, Suzanne P. 


Nature's Classroom Chaperone 


197.00 


Emanatian, Michelle 


Teacher's Aide 


4,597.50 


Englehardt, Robert 


Ambulance-EMT 


288.01 


Englehardt, William F. Jr. 


School Custodian 


75.00 


Erikson, Stephen C. 


Teacher, Advisor, Tutor 


50,727.45 




Coach 


650.00 


Erxleben, Wayne H. 


Substitute Teacher 


10,717.56 


Filipkowski, James E. 


School Custodian 


32,292.00 


Flaherty, Kerry 


Firefighter 


630.29 




Ambulance-EMT 


1,141.05 




School: Subsitute, Aide, Custodial 


1,730.00 


Flaherty Jr., Robert W. 


Firefighter 


792.38 




EMT 


589.73 


Flavin, Eileen 


Election Worker 


70.88 


Fortier, Teresa 


Town Hall Secretary 


25,788.17 


Gagnon, Gregory 


Ambulance Manager, ALS 


3,960.72 


Galvagni, Gary V. 


Firefighter 


654.55 


Gaughan, Patrick 


Board Of Selectmen 


2,025.00 


Gaughan, Stephen P. 


Firefighter 


837.57 




Asst. Ambulance Mgr., ALS 


3,159.06 


Geryk, Walter 


Plumbing & Gas Inspector 


5,176.00 


Glenowicz, Josephine B. 


Election Worker 


118.13 


Godek, Kathleen A. 


Election Worker 


81.00 


Godin, Paul F. 


Firefighter 


11.33 


Golash, Susan E. 


Treasurer/Town Clerk's Staff 


4,422.75 




Election Worker 


319.32 


Goldman, Scott 


High School Principal 


35,000.03 


Greenleaf, Joann 


Administrative Asst. Assessor 


36,922.00 


Guiel, Karen D. 


Teacher 


30,773.23 


Guzowski, Thomas E. 


Substitute Teacher 


90.00 


Handler, Donald 


Coach 


2,985.00 




Substitute Teacher 


2,310.00 



47 



Hawley, Evelene H. 


Teacher 


29,045.03 


Hawley, Stephen 


Teacher, Technology Adm, Advisor 


54,350.37 


Hebert, Michael A. 


Police 


3,466.89 




Police, Private Duty 


675.00 


Higuera, John J. 


Coach, Teacher 


36,089.92 


Hoey, Laura L. 


Teacher, Tutor 


30,092.48 


Hoffman, Molly E. 


Elementary Adjustment Counselor, Aide 


17,584.58 


Holman, Karen L. 


School Custodian 


8,748.00 


Hopkins, Giles S. 


Teacher 


54,074.92 


Hurley, Barbara E. 


Election Worker 


40.50 


Hurley, David M. 


Police Chief 


20,458.01 




Police, Private Duty 


150.00 


Iannitelli, David J. 


Substitute Teacher 


397.50 


Ingram, Sarah A. 


Teacher, Tutor, Stipend 


50,293.42 


Jackewich, Timothy 


Firefighter 


948.22 




Ambulance-EMT 


543.62 


Jaworski, Edmund E. 


Coach 


1,264.00 


Jepson, Dorcus 


Teacher, Stipend 


54,749.92 


Kaciak, Michael A. 


Firefighter 


599.09 


Kaiser, Nicholas E. 


Recreation,DARE Counselor 


637.88 


Kehler, Steven M. 


Clerk Of The Works-Elementary School 


32,640.10 


Keir, David R. 


Teacher, Coach, Advisor, Dean of Students 


54,970.55 


Kellogg, Bernice E. 


Library Assistant 


7,355.33 


Kellogg, Ruth 


Library Custodian 


1,340.04 




Town Hall Custodian 


104.90 


Kempisty, Brenda 


School Administrative Asst., Advisor 


38,114.00 


Kempisty, Edward S. 


DPW Transfer Station 


8,737.76 


Kilcoyne, Audrey 


School Nurse Substitute, Ski Advisor 


292.00 


Kipp, Derek 


Substitute Teacher 


130.00 


Klepacki, James G. 


DPW Highway 


36,170.23 


Korza, Diane M. 


Teacher 


53,145.86 


Korza, Teresa J. 


Election Worker 


74.25 


Korza, William P. 


School Van Driver 


2,426.58 


Kozera, Nancy A. 


Nutrition Program 


510.00 


Kuchyt, Ruth 


Town Hall Secretary 


16,835.29 




Registrar of Voters 


194.56 


Kugler, Frances A. 


Election Worker 


23.63 


Kwiecinski, Cynthia L. 


Teacher, Advisor, Tutor, stipend 


35,746.97 


Labbe, Rene 


Asst. Plumbing Inspector 


328.00 


Labrecque, John P. 


Firefighter 


33.99 




Ambulance-EMT 


11.33 


Labrecque, Richard C. 


Firefighter 


744.11 


Lafond, Francis R. 


Coach 


3,721.00 


Laizer, Stephen E. 


Substitute Teacher 


60.00 


Lampron, Kimberly A. 


School Lunch 


4,805.19 


Lapaire, Deborah 


Substitute Teacher 


375.00 


Lapienski, Marion 


Council On Aging Van Driver 


10,131.54 


Larareo, Maureen M. 


Teacher's Aide, Reading Aide, Tutor 


15,304.24 




Substitute Teacher 


212.50 


Laurin, Rebecca R. 


Substitute Teacher 


350.00 


Lavallee, James A. 


DPW Highway 


35,123.99 


Lavallee, Joseph 


Moderator 


80.00 


Lee-Gregory, Brya F. 


Substitute Teacher 


227.50 



48 



Lesko Jr., Edward 


Assessor 


2,125.00 


Leuschner, David F. 


Firefighter 


658.46 


Lewis, Siri 


Teacher 


11,507.08 


Liantonio, Lorraine 


Teacher 


52,300.50 


Lizek, David M. 


Electrical Inspector 


2,652.00 


Longstreeth, Kenneth T. 


Teacher, Advisor 


43,475.33 




Zoning Board of Appeals 


50.00 


Lyons, Michael J. 


Town Accountant 


17,000.00 


Mahar, Scott 


Substitute Teacher 


2,155.00 


Maiewski, Wayne 


Chess Advisor 


342.00 


Malo, Matthew 


Police 


180.00 




Police, Private Duty 


215.90 


Martin, Melinda J. 


Town Collector 


25,029.01 


Martula, A. Maureen 


Teacher 


45,411.62 


May, June 


Council On Aging Clerk 


4,404.88 




Police Clerk 


799.00 


McCormick, Sheila P. 


Library Director 


25,116.21 


McCoy, Kathy L. 


School Custodian 


34,081.08 


McCoy, Paul D. 


School Custodian 


25,065.84 


McGlew, Edwin N. Ill 


Firefighter, Captain 


1,644.58 


McGrath, Brian D. 


DPW Wastewater 


40,064.39 


Melnick, Rachel S. 


Substitute Teacher 


420.00 


Michonski, Marlene J. 


Administrative Assistant 


37,069.87 


Migliozzi, Ree K. 


Substitute Teacher 


225.00 


Milewski, Linda C. 


School Lunch 


3,757.75 


Miller, Gretchen 


Substitute Teacher 


8,222.74 


Molloy, Edward D. 


Planning Board Member 


400.00 


Moret, Donna M. 


Substitute Teacher 


60.00 




Teacher's Aide 


3,881.38 


Motyka, Frank L., Jr. 


DPW Wastewater/Water Supervisor 


53,839.17 


Muellejans, Julie 


Teacher 


28,645.54 


Murphy, Patricia 


School Custodian 


8,712.00 


Myers, Barbara 


School Lunch 


8,146.51 


Naughton, Shannon S. 


Substitute Teacher 


320.00 


Nazzaro, Dennis E. 


Firefighter/EMT 


29,255.74 


Nicholas, Bryan 0. « 


Zoning Board of Appeals 


50.00 


Nicholas, Cheryl A. 


Registrar Of Voters 


138.24 


Novak, John 


Cable TV-Station Manager 


6,000.00 


Noyes, Nancy P. 


Council On Aging Van Driver 


1,657.34 




Nutrition Program 


4,645.02 


Noyes, Worth 


Firefighter 


754.08 




Ambulance-EMT 


1,380.23 


O'Connell David M. 


Coach 


2,249.00 


O'Dea, Richard T. 


Election Worker 


118.13 


Obertz, Nancy A. 


Teacher 


47,699.51 


Olson, Gary R. 


School Van Driver 


8,758.32 


Omasta, David 


DPW Landfill Substitute 


1,311.88 


Osley, Thomas J. 


Police 


40,707.75 




Police, Private Duty 


1,987.50 


Otis,Michelle 


Special Education Clerical Staff 


18,943.51 


Ottenschot, Bryarly C. 


Interim DPW Director 


31,112.70 


Overstreet, Sarah L. 


Coach, School Substitute 


2,895.00 


Paciorek, Timothy M. 


Police 


3,060.13 




Police, Private Duty 


300.00 



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Parasiliti, Jennifer L. 


School Nurse Substitute 


80.00 


Parsons, Lynn-Ann 


School Clerical Staff 


24,132.48 


Paterson, Catrina A. 


Teacher, Advisor, Tutor 


29,168.11 


Pease, Jane 


School Lunch 


7,592.74 


Pease, John T. 


Asst. Fire Chief, Firefigher 


4,362.77 


Pelis, Cessie 


Ambulance-EMT 


780.64 


Pelis, Robert 


Coach 


3,721.00 


Perrault, James G. 


Police 


2,886.69 




Police, Private Duty 


645.00 


Petcen, Barbara 


Election Worker 


67.50 


Phelps, Cynthia G. 


School Librarian, Advisor, Substitute Teacher 


44,877.41 


Phelps, Rebecca H. 


Teacher, Advisor 


55,108.21 


Plourde, Laurie 


Teacher's Aide 


260.00 


Podmayer, William 


DPW Transfer Station 


5,318.72 


Pomeroy, Scott 


Animal Control Officer 


1,500.00 




Ambulance-EMT 


34.33 


Prew, Rita 


Library Assistant 


592.26 


Prucnal, Evelyn Hahn 


Library Assistant 


2,342.02 


Punska, Ronald J 


Assessor 


232.88 


Rankin, John C. 


Council On Aging Van Driver 


3,195.78 


Ravenhurst, Casey E. 


Library Custodian 


119.07 


Redmond, Joshua M. 


Firefighter 


406.64 


Reidy, James M. 


DPW Director 


19,635.34 


Richardson, Lucas B. 


School Custodian Seasonal 


48.75 


Rogers, Tracey 


Firefighter, Fire Lieutenant 


996.73 


Rojas, Karen A 


Substitute Teacher 


10,511.55 


Rose, Genevieve E. 


Substitute Teacher 


95.00 


Ryan, Judith 


Teacher, stipend 


54,149.92 


Ryan, Thomas O. 


Substitute Teacher 


140.00 


Ryan-Wise, James M. 


Substitute Teacher, Advisor 


1,901.00 


Sadoski, Richard 


Teacher, Substitute teacher 


32,734.47 


Sadowski, Stanley 


Building Inspector 


31,386.13 


Sadowski Jr., Thomas E. 


Firefighter, Captain 


1,446.81 


Shea, Jason W. 


Substitute Teacher 


862.50 


Shea, William J. 


Inspector of Animals 


689.70 


Shea Jr., Robert W. 


Coach 


1,013.00 


Sicard, Ann Marie 


Teacher's Aide 


11,434.02 


Siegel, Lois 


Teacher, Advisor 


50,537.41 


Sikorski, Edward J. 


Coach 


2,249.00 


Sikorski, Todd D. 


School Custodian Seasonal 


270.00 


Sliwoski, Stanley F. 


Board of Health 


4,400.00 


Slysz, G. Louise 


Treasurer 


28,526.51 




Town Clerk 


19,351.10 




Registrar Of Voters 


100.00 


Slysz, Lorna J. 


School Lunch 


295.39 


Slysz,Patti A. 


School Lunch 


9,097.73 


Smarz, George A. Sr. 


Election Worker 


37.13 


Smiarowski, Bernard A. 


Coach 


1,553.00 


Smith, Christopher G. 


Assessor 


2,125.00 


Smith, Erica J. 


Recreation 


664.88 


Smith, Pamela H. 


School Van Driver 


14,416.90 


Smith, Ryan 


Recreation 


543.38 


Snape, Wendy A. 


SPED Aide 


16,536.62 




School Custodian 


220.00 



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Stahelek, Nancy 


Teacher 


24,787.90 


Start, Anna 


Nature's Classroom Chaperone 


98.50 


Start, Joan C. 


Election Worker 


33.75 


Stenglein, Barbara M. 


Teacher 


54,074.92 


Stenglein, John J. 


Ambulance-EMT 


34.67 


Stoddard, Christopher M. 


Substitute Teacher 


210.00 


Sulda, Kim M. 


School Lunch, Substitute Teacher 


116.83 


Susen, Patricia W. 


Elem. Principal, Director Special Services 


65,000.06 


Swartz, Sallie P. 


School Nurse 


37,478.27 


Symanski, Stanley L. 


Electrical Inspector 


2,652.00 


Szewczyk, Stanley F. 


Asst. Building Inspector 


636.00 


Szych, John J. 


DPW Transfer Station Substitute 


1,534.98 


Szych, Lydia 


Elector, Oliver Smith Will 


25.00 




Zoning Board of Appeals 


25.00 


Szych, William H. 


Town Administrator 


931.79 


Szynal, Diana 


Board Of Selectmen 


2,197.50 


Szynal, James Jr. 


DPW Vehicle Maintenance Supt 


46,553.88 


Tefft, Kathleen B. 


Nutrition Program 


616.91 


Tefft, Robert 


Nutrition Program 


4,082.65 




School Crossing Guard 


1,616.38 


Tetrault, Harriet 


Teacher's Aide, Substitute nurse 


12,592.70 




Substitute Teacher 


425.00 


Thatcher, Joyce A. 


School Psychologist 


24,962.27 


Tobin, Kathleen T. 


Teacher, Coach 


40,478.92 


Udall, Jeffrey 


Elementary School Principal 


34,637.90 


VanDalsen, Danny E. 


Teacher, Tutor, Advisor 


38,504.34 


Venne, Rene J. 


Nature's Classroom Chaperone 


98.50 


Vey, John P. 


Police 


1,727.63 




Police, Private Duty 


660.00 


Vollinger, Linda 


Teacher's Aide 


8,525.76 




Substitute Teacher 


180.00 


Vollinger, Robin 


Teacher's Aide, Tutor 


12,924.90 


Warchol, John A. 


Teacher, NEASC Chairperson 


51,825.41 


Warner, Daniel A. 


Police 


2,806.67 




Police, Private Duty 


1,290.00 


Webb, Sherry A. # 


Teacher, Coach, Athletic Director 


50,419.72 


Weeks, Gregory 


Police 


27,112.50 


Wendlowski, Joseph J. 


DPW Highway 


34,406.79 


Weybrew, Dana W. 


Coach 


2,534.00 


Wheeler, Cathleen 


Oral Interpreter, Teacher's Aide, Tutor 


14,438.64 


Wickles, Bnttney K. 


DARE Counselor, Recreation 


1,237.50 


Wickles, Melanie 


Substitute Teacher 


1,545.00 


Williams, Darryl 


Board Of Selectmen 


2,025.00 




Ambulance-EMT 


155.00 


Williams, Mary 


Election Worker 


43.88 


Williams, Suzanne 


Teacher's Aide 


11,841.85 




Substitute Teacher 


225.00 


Winger, Katherine A. 


Coach 


1,264.00 


Winters, C. Gregory 


Planning Board 


400.00 


Wolejko, Alan E. 


Teacher, Advisor 


53,360.21 


Wolejko, Diane 


Teacher, Tutor, Stipend 


51,501.63 


Wright, Susan M. 


Teacher, Tutor 


50,200.41 


Wroblewski, Edward W. 


DPW Water 


43,294.35 


Yagodzinski, Christine 


Teacher, stipend, tutor 


54,124.92 



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Yock, Kathenne A. 


Substitute Teacher 


630.00 


Young Willliam 


DPW Highway/Transfer Station Supt 


56,486.70 


Zabka, Nancy 


Teacher 


50,454.63 


Zagorski, David W. 


Assessor's Clerk 


14,889.18 




Treasurer/Town Clerk's Staff 


7,675.92 


Zak, Diane G. 


School Lunch Director 


17,634.84 


Zemeri, Justin K. 


Substitute Teacher 


240.00 


Zemeri, Karen Z. 


Substitute Teacher 


3,345.00 


Zgrodnik, Josephine 


Library Assistant 


7,937.75 


Zygmont, Amanda 


Election Worker 


37.13 




TOTAL PAYROLL-2003 


$ 3,990,689.00 



Respectfully submitted, 
G. Louise Slysz 



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Ambulance Department 

In November 2003 we accepted delivery of a new ambulance. It is a Horton Class I Type III Ambulance. 
This was possible to buy using ambulance revenue (billing fees) and many donations received over the years. As 
with all other regular ambulance department operations, no taxes were used to purchase this $135,000 state of the 
art ambulance. Most of the medical equipment was transferred from the old ambulance to the new ambulance. The 
old ambulance was then given to the fire department to be used as a rescue and command vehicle. 

The core of our success is the team of people that give many hours, adding up to days and weeks of their lives to 
provide this service. A large commitment of time and learning are required for all that we do. During calendar year 
2003 we responded to 198 requests for emergency medical services. I would like to thank the men and women of 
the Hatfield Ambulance service for the tireless work that they have done this past year. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Gregory Gagnon, EMT-I 

Ambulance Manager 

The following is a list of the Hatfield Ambulance Service Emergency Medical Technicians. 



Cessie Pelis EMT 
Darryl Williams EMT 
Gregory Weeks EMT 
Gregory Gagnon EMTI 
Worth Noyes EMT 



Dennis Nazzaro EMT 
Stephen Gaughan EMTP 
Timothy Jackewich EMT 
Robert Englehardt EMT 
Joyce Arel EMT 



John Stenglein EMT 
Kerry Flaherty EMT 
John Labrecque EMT 
Scott Pomeroy EMT 
Robert Flaherty Jr. EMT 



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The town's new 2003 Horton Class I Type III Ambulance. 



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Fire Department 

To the Residents of Hatfield: 

The following is the Fire Department's annual report for the calendar year ending December 31, 2003. 

The Fire Department responded to 105 incidents ranging from false alarms to structure fires and conducted 
inspections and issued 157 permits with smoke detectors, oil heat burners and propane tanks being the most 
common 

This past year has been challenging and was apparently only a taste of what is to come this year because of budget 
cuts. With the townspeople voting not to increase funding via an override, our expense budget was cut $2,253.14, 
leaving us $15,931.86 to use for necessary items such as heat and electricity for the stations, costs that we have no 
control over other than limiting our usage. Both stations need to be heated to keep our trucks with the water from 
freezing and the thermostats are kept at 55 degrees. The meeting/training room is kept at 58 degrees except when in 
use, leaving us no choice but to limit our purchases of needed equipment to the bare essentials. 

The Fire Department had applied for a grant from the Department of Environmental Management and was awarded 
the sum of $1,234.18, which reflected 50% reimbursement for purchase of brush firefighting equipment. Because 
our expense account was cut and not being comfortable having enough funds for the rest of the fiscal year, the 
department returned any unused money after having acquired two of the items listed on the grant application. These 
items were purchased before the cuts were made. 

The Fire and Ambulance departments had meetings with the Board of Selectmen during the fall regarding the 
employment status of our Full-time Firefighter/EMT. The Board felt that this individual should be layed off in 
anticipation of another round of cuts to the budgets in the next fiscal year. Both fire and ambulance feel that this 
position needs to be kept full-time and funding needs to be maintained. With increased demands put on the 
departments and the availability of daytime on-call staff spotty at times, it is felt that having to meet these demands 
with part-time staff is unrealistic and the fire and ambulance departments will be asking Town Meeting to continue 
funding the position. 

Now the good news! The fire department was notified in late November that it had been awarded a grant from the 
Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program in the amount of $59,000 for the purchase of a new brush truck. The 
Town is responsible for 10% of this figure with $5,000 already being appropriated at the annual Town meeting in 
2002, leaving $900 left to be raised. This new truck is in the process of being acquired and should be in service 
soon, probably by late spring or early summer and will replace our present 1978 brush truck, which is getting very 
worn. 

For more information, please visit us at our website: WWW.HATF1ELDFIRE.ORG. 

In closing, I want to thank all the members of the department for their dedication and countless unpaid hours of 
training they graciously do each and every week, making this one of the best call departments in the area. A special 
thanks, also, to the officers who assist me in various capacities, helping to keep things running smoothly. 

I would like to also thank all the various boards and departments for any assistance they have offered over the year 
and I would like to especially thank the citizens of Hatfield for their support of the department. 

Respectfully submitted, 
William A. Belden, Fire Chief 



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Police Department 

The following is the annual report for the period January 1, 2003 thru December 31, 2003 

INCIDENTS REPORTED/INVESTIGATED 



Calls received 897 

Calls referred to other Depts 73 

Arrest effected/Warrants/issued 37 

Protective Custody 3 

Court hearings requested/attended. . . 167 

91 1 misdial/hang-ups 70 

Breaking into Building/Vehicle 10 

Stolen Property 19 

Unattended death 5 

Missing persons 9 

Assist other Depts 95 

Programs 



Alarms responded to 86 

Aggravated/Simple Assaults 6 

Welfare Checks 21 

Disturbances/Domestics 41 

Accidents reported/investigated 50 

Citations/Warnings issued 720 

Parking Tickets 13 

Damage Property 19 

Bomb Threat 1 

Suspicious Person/Vehicle 22 

Unwanted person 14 



Community Policing Grant: 

The funds received from this State Grant were used to continue the support of the TRIAD Programs. These 
programs continue to be under the direction of Lt. Osley, with the guidance of Jane Betsold and the S.A.L.T. 
Council. The amount received was $10,000.00. 

Public Safety Equipment Grant: 

The funds received from this State Grant were used to purchase Portable radios for all Officers. Two mobile 800 
MHz radios for both cruisers. A moving radar unit, which is air bag compatible. The amount received was 
$15,500.00. 

Bicycle Helmet Grant: 

Our Town received 50 helmets from the Governor's Highway Safety Bureau, and was distributed to various 
members of our Community. 

Web Address: 

Sgt. Barstow continues to maintain our "on line" site, the web address is http//police.hatfield.police.ma.us. This 
site is updated on a regular basis. 

This year has been difficult for all Town Departments to provide the level of services each offer, due the 
constrains in these difficult financial times. We as a Department will continue to serve each and every resident, and 
visitor alike in the best way possible ensure their safety while living in or visiting our Town. 

In closing, I wish to express my sincere thanks to all members of my Department, along with the members of the 
other emergency services, for their efforts in keeping our Town safe, and a great place to live. I wish also to express 
my thanks to all the other Boards, Departments, Committees in their efforts. Most of all I wish to extend my sincere 
thanks to each one of you, the residents, for your support and kind words of encouragement. UNITED WE 
STAND 

POLICE STAFF 



Chief David M. Hurley 
Lt. Thomas J. Osley 
Lt. Gregory E. Weeks 
Sgt. Matthew Barstow 
Sgt. Daniel Warner 



Officers: 



William F. Boyle 
Christopher Butler 
Michael Hebert 
Matthew Malo 



James Perrault 
John Vey 
Timothy Paciorek 



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Cemetery Commission 

To the Citizens of Hatfield: 

This past year, the Cemetery Commission completed mapping the fourth cemetery in North Hatfield, which leaves 
only the Hill location to be done. Finally, people can look up and locate past family members and extended family. 

Also, we were able to erect signs for each location showing the name and some general rules to help protect and 
preserve these sites. The details of these rules are on file with the Town Clerk, which explain the reasons for such 
rules. As a town, we are committed to "Perpetual Care" of these sites. We finally feel that we are almost to that 
point after so many years of time taking it's toll. 

This year, we will try to put all of this data onto computer discs for the ease of the Town Secretaries as well as 
people being able to search the information on their own. 

All of this work has been done at minimal cost and most of it for free. Our biggest expense is mowing of the grass, 
which is not an easy task when one considers the detail involved. 

We would like to thank the Townspeople for their trust in our efforts. 

Sincerely, 

Hatfield Cemetery Commission 

Joe Lavallee, Chair. 

A. Cory Bardwell, Member 

Jonathan Bardwell, Member 



Board of Health 

To the Residents of Hatfield, 

In conjunction with our regular, year-to-year duties of inspections, perc tests, responding to health complaints, 
issuing licenses and attending state sponsored conferences; the board has dealt with a number of unique health 
related issues during the past year. In February we held meetings regarding site review for Duseau Waste 
Management to be known as Volume Recycling Associates Inc. Both the Department of Environmental Protection 
(DEP) and our Board approved the site in North Hatfield. The Board participated in a tabletop discussion on flood 
emergency sponsored by the Emergency Management Committee. On March 12 th the Memorial Town Hall was 
evacuated due to a number of health symptoms reported by employees within the building. An investigation and 
final report was prepared by the state indicating that airflow issues were the probable cause and recommendations 
to correct the problems were made. The Board has worked on Hatfield's smoking regulations for a number of 
years, with smoking regulations going into effect in July. A complete copy of the Smoking Regulations is located 
in the Secretary's office at the Town Hall. Smoking is not allowed in establishments that prepare and/or serve food, 
public buildings and workplaces. Sale of tobacco products to minors is prohibited and such offenses will carry a 
fine. While we routinely inspect the schools prior to their September opening, this year we conducted inspections 
of the new and modern Hatfield Elementary School. Ongoing monitoring of West Nile Virus by dead bird 
reporting continued and new developments on SARS were received regularly. 

You may contact the Board of Health at 247-0497. We hold our meetings regularly on the first and third Thursdays 
of the Month. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ellen Bokina, DC, MPH, Chair 
A Cory Bardwell 
Stanley Sliwoski 

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Zoning Board of Appeals 

To the Citizens of Hatfield: 

During the calendar year 2003, the Zoning Board of Appeals met for ten regularly scheduled meetings. No appeals 
were filed with the board dunng the year and there were no public hear4ings scheduled. Informal inquiries were 
made by property owners with parties referred to the Building Inspector or the Planning Board for appropriate 
action. 

The Board would like to recognize the commitment and contributions of Lydia Szych, who served faithfully for 
several years as the Board's Clerk. We welcome new member Michael Paszek as of September 2003. 

The Zoning Board of Appeals holds regular meetings on the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in Memorial 
Town Hall, except during July and August. The Board holds public hearings for appeals as required. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Bryan Nicholas, Chairman 

Kenneth Longstreeth, Clerk Larry Stoddard, Alternate 

Michael Paszek, Member Giles Desmond, Alternate 



Cable Advisory Commission 



To the Residents of Hatfield: 



The Cable Advisory Committee is responsible for the administration of Hatfield Community Access Television 
(HCTV) - cable channel 15. The HCTV studio is located at Smith Academy, and its facilities are available free to 
the entire Hatfield Community. Station Manager John Novak will provide training in use of equipment and advice 
on video production to any interested resident. We encourage you to make use of this opportunity. 

The year 2003 was the first full year under a new franchise agreement between Hatfield and Comcast, our cable 
television provider and franchisee. This 10-year contract provides, among other things, for Comcast's continuing 
support of HCTV, and it has enabled us to upgrade much of our equipment. 

Most HCTV productions involve town government: meetings of The Board of Selectmen; School Committee 
meetings; annual Town Meeting; and special presentations by Town Assessors, The School Building Committee, 
The Finance Committee, etc. Last year HCTV also produced a candidates' forum, which gave speaking 
opportunities to candidates for election to town offices. Smith Academy graduation ceremonies were carried live 
on HCTV. 

All HCTV cablecasts rely on volunteer camera operators, and we are often limited due to a lack of available 
volunteers. Anyone interested in operating a professional studio television camera should communicate with either 
Station Manager John Novak or a member of the Cable Advisory Committee. Camera operation is fun and easy to 
learn. Most of our camera volunteers are students at Smith Academy, and the Cable Advisory Committee extends 
its gratitude to those who volunteered in 2003 : Brendan Barker, Tyler Demers, Dan Englehardt, Joe Englehardt, 
Bob Flynn, Jim Garrett, John Garrett, Matt Green, Brian Kilcoyne, Patrick Kilcoyne, Hunter Roberts, Ben Rogers, 
Chad Widelo, Jackson Williams. 

The Cable Advisory Committee thanks our station manager John Novak for his commitment and dedication to 
providing high quality community television production to and for Hatfield. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Peter Greenwald, Chair; Susan Bartlett; Peter Rakelbusch; Betsy Speeter; Mark Stein 

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CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

To the Residents of Hatfield: 

During 2003, the Conservation Commission held 10 public meetings, including 7 public hearings responding to 11 
applications for activities in or near wetlands. These applications dealt with the construction of single-family homes, 
home additions, drainage improvements on Bridge St. and Gore Ave., commercial development, repair of the Hatfield 
Reservoir dam, and sewer improvements on Dwight and Route 5& 10. All of the applications were approved, but 
special conditions or modifications were required to protect the wetland resources of Hatfield. Approximately 10 
additional actions were reviewed for various parties and it was determined that wetlands resources regulated by the 
Commission were not in immediate proximity and/or that no permit was required. The Commission also responded to 
several enforcement situations regarding fill in wetlands or floodplain and unauthorized activities within wetlands and 
buffer zones. No fines were issued. The Commission issued two Certificates of Compliance for previously approved 
actions that had been satisfactorily completed. The Commission considered several requests for Chapter 61 A release 
and the Commission elected to not recommend acquisition of this parcel to the Board of Selectmen. The Commission 
also voted to provide funding in support of the acquisition of an Agricultural Preservation Restriction on one parcel 
and additional funding in support of activities to seek acquisition of several parcels under the Forest Legacy Program. 
Rule-making was enacted to allow the Commission to exercise its right to require applicants to fund outside technical 
review, where necessary for complex projects. 

The Commission provided technical support to several other Town Boards. The Commission was active during 2003 
with the Town Open Space Plan and recommended the continuation of the Open Space Committee, following the 
successful completion of the 2003 update of the expired Town of Hatfield Open Space Plan. The Commission 
continued as a participant with the Greater Mill River Coalition project within the Towns of Hatfield, Whately, 
Deerfield, and Conway on the review of activities supported by that group and in developing an application for State 
supported land acquisition. The Mill River has become recognized as one of the most biologically diverse rivers 
within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Commission also met jointly with the Board of Selectmen, Open 
Space Committee, Agricultural Advisory Commission and Land Preservation Commission to review their relative 
activities in land preservation and planning and to coordinate future activities. 

The wetland and floodplain resources in Hatfield are extensive and generally of extremely high quality. These areas 
are critical to flood control, drinking water supply, surface water quality, and wildlife and aquatic habitat. The 
Commission wishes to thank the citizens of Hatfield for their support during the year in the acceptance of the wetland 
bylaws and in compliance with the regulations of the Wetlands Protection Act. The Town residents and businesses are 
encouraged to contact the Commission if they have any questions regarding their existing or proposed actions in 
proximity to wetland resource areas. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Paul G. Davis, Chair 
Michael Antosz, Jr. 
A. Cory Bardwell 
Teresa Hudock-Fortier 
Virginia Orson 
Ron Sassi 
Gordon Williams 



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Department of Public Works 

Dear Residents: 

I am pleased to submit this report regarding the status of DPW projects. This past year, the DPW worked on the following 
projects: 

1 . The Route 5/10 Sewer Extension Project. The $1 ,262,750 in grant money from the Massachusetts Department 
of Housing and Community Development made this project possible. The new sewer system is now operational. 
The only remaining work is the final overlays of Dwight Street and Church Avenue. MassHighway will do the 
final overlay of Route 5/10 later this year. 

2. The Resurfacing of Portions of Main St and School Street. Approximately 2200 feet of Main Street, beginning 
at School Street and ending at King Street, and about 800 feet of School Street, beginning at Main Street and 
ending in the vicinity of the Saint Joseph's Church, were milled and paved. 

3. The Continuation of the Water Meter Installation Program. This past year, we installed 86 water meters on 
services that were previously unmetered. Most of the installations were done on Main Street, North Street, North 
Hatfield Road, and Old Farms Road. 

4. The Continuation of the Infiltration and Inflow (I & I) Removal Program. The footing drains have been 
disconnected from the sewer services at 12 residences in the Colonial Acres neighborhood. We still have 24 
houses left to do. 

5. The Replacement of Drainage Pipe at Old Farms Road. Approximately 450 feet of drainage pipe was replaced 
at Old Farms Road. Town workers did this job. 

6. Tree Work. Various work was done on Town-owned trees throughout Hatfield. A total of 10 trees were taken 
down, 37 trees were trimmed, and 7 stumps were removed. 

7. Vehicle Maintenance. Besides the normal preventive maintenance, the Town's Vehicle Maintenance 
Superintendent also completed a significant number of larger repairs. Some examples are the rebuilding of the 
differentials on the Police cruiser and Jacobsen mower, a complete brake job on a Highway sander, and the repair 
of a rotted dump body. 

8. Wastewater Treatment. The Wastewater Treatment Plant is beginning its 18 th year of operation. This past year 
71,162,000 gallons of sewage and 185,850 gallons of septage were treated at the plant. 

9. Water Treatment. The Water Treatment Plant is beginning its 7 l year of operation. This past year 80,281,300 
gallons of drinking water were treated at the plant and pumped into the distribution system. The Town's two 
wells, the West Hatfield Well and the Omasta Well, provided an additional 28,903,500 and 20,998,200 gallons of 
drinking water, respectively. 



This year, my goals for the DPW are the following: 



1. Bridge Street / Gore Avenue Drainage and Road Reconstruction Project. The bids for this project were 
opened on February 20, 2004. Construction will begin this spring. 

2. The Hatfield Reservoir Dam Improvements Project. The bids for this project were opened on February 12, 
2004. Construction will start in the spring. The project scope is as follows: 

A. Repair the spillway and retaining walls 

B. Reconstruct the emergency spillway 

C. Resurface the inlet dam 

D. Repair and re -point the gatehouse brickwork 

3. Replacement of the Brookhollow Road Culvert. We will be getting about $28,800 of grant money to do this 
project. The scope of the project is the removal of the existing deteriorated culverts and replacing them with two 
oblong, 7-foot wide corrugated culverts. 

4. The continuation of the Water Meter Installation Program. All properties that have Town sewer service must 
be metered by May 14, 2004. All remaining properties with Town water service must be metered by May of 2005. 

5. The continuation of the I & I removal program. We plan to continue removing footing drains from sewer 
services at Colonial Acres. 

There were significant DPW personnel changes in 2003. Bryarly Lehmann was the Interim DPW Director while I was on 
active duty with my National Guard unit under Operation Noble Eagle II. I started the activation back in September of 
2002. My first full week back as Hatfield's DPW Director began on September 15, 2003. 1 would like to thank Bryarly for 
the great job she did while I was away. 

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The employment of two long time Hatfield employees, Joseph Wendlowski and Bill Podmayer, ended in 2003 . 1 wish 
Joseph and Bill the best of luck. 

I would like to thank Bill Young, Frank Motyka, Jim Szynal, Ed Wroblewski, Brian McGrath, Jim Lavallee, Jim 
Klepacki, Ed Kempisty, John Szych and David Omasta for their efforts this past year. I would also like to thank the Board 
of Selectmen and the Town Hall staff. Finally, I would like to thank you, the residents of Hatfield. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jim Reidy 
DPW Director 



Agricultural Advisory Commission 

Pursuant to the Zoning Bylaws, the Agricultural Advisory Committee received notice of any projects involving a Special 
Permit, Special Permit with Site Plan Approval, and/or Site Plan Review. Projects were reviewed as to their impact on 
agriculture in the town, none were noted. 

At the request of the Department of Public Works, the commission reviewed and made recommendations to the Board of 
Selectmen on the establishment of a separate water rate for agricultural users. 

The commission has prepared and will soon distribute an informational brochure highlighting the farm stands and farm 
operations in town that sell products direct to consumers. The brochure will include a map identifying the location of 
each of the farms and farm stands highlighted. Art students at Smith Academy provided design ideas and drawings for the 
brochure. 

Bob Wagner, representing the committee, made a presentation at an April 6 th regional meeting on Town Agricultural 
Commissions organized and hosted by Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Bob Wagner, Chair; Richard Belden; John Pease; and, Russell Powell 



Land Preservation Advisory Committee 

The Land Preservation Committee recommended to the Conservation Commission that funds from the Conservation Fund 
be used to contribute to the costs of an Agricultural Preservation Restriction on the Burke property. 

The committee organized a joint letter from members of the Board of Selectmen, Conservation Commission, Planning 
Board, Agricultural Advisory Committee and Open Space Committee to Governor Romney expressing concern over 
cutbacks and new rules for land protection and conservation funds administered by the state. 

The committee continued to investigate and explore the potential application of the Community Preservation Act in 
Hatfield. Formal action on advancing the Community Preservation Act in town was deferred until at least next year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Bob Wagner, Chair; Barbara Lucey; Bernie Smiarowski; John Wilkes; and Gordon Williams 



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Council on Aging 

To the Residents of Hatfield; 

We would like to thank all Town employees, and the community for any time, assistance, donations and support 
they have provided our Department. Also, our many volunteers from the community and others, for the many 
hours of service they have donated. We cannot express enough, the deep appreciation we have for these dedicated 
people for their skills, knowledge, time and assistance they have given this past year. With the budget cuts we all 
have endured, Volunteers are the most important people we have today. We applaud them and honor them at our 
yearly Volunteer Recognition each Spring. The public is invited to join us in this celebration. 

The Council on Aging consisted of 5 Board members, Mary Brennan, William Podmayer, Rev. Worth Noyes, 
Barbara Hurley, and Kathy Tefft. Our staff, Jane Betsold, COA Director; Nancy Kozera & Nancy Noyes. our 
Dining Center Directors; Meals on Wheels Drivers, Bob & Kathy Tefft; COA Van Drivers, Marion Lapienski, John 
Rankin, and Nancy Noyes; June May, our Volunteer Coordinator/Assistant, and our many volunteers. The Council 
on Aging and Senior Center are located downstairs in the Town Hall and are open Monday through Friday. We 
may be reached at 247-9003 and if there is no answer, please leave a message on the machine. Our meetings are 
held monthly at the Senior Center and dates and times are posted outside the Town Clerk's office. 

We have applied for and received grants from Highland Valley Elder Services, to fund our Nutrition Program, 
Newsletter and Mapper Program. Also, from the Executive Office of Elder Affairs to provide a 
Program/Coordinator/Office Assistant, Volunteer Recognition, and to establish new programs. The Hatfield Book 
Club was generous in providing us with funding for misc. items needed for the kitchen and Dining Center. Also 
many donations of books, magazines, and medical equipment have been given to us. 

TRANSPORTATION : Transportation with the COA van is available to all persons residing in Hatfield, age 60 
or older, with priority given to those without any transportation. Appointments can be made by calling the COA 
office in advance. We thank our van drivers, Marion Lapienski, John Rankin and Nancy Noyes for their 
dedication, patience and assistance they provide our passengers. 

NUTRITION PROGRAM : As of December 31, 2003, the management of the Nutrition Program was turned 
back over to Highland Valley Elder Services. Congregate and Home Delivered meals are still available to Hatfield 
residents. We thank our Directors, Nancy Kozera & Nancy Noyes, along with Meals Drivers, Bob & Kathy Tefft 
for the wonderful service they provided throughout the years. 

OTHER PROGRAMS : We have coordinated and organized many health clinics, programs, and speakers held 
throughout the year. A quarterly Newsletter, Magazine & Book Exchange Program, Flu Clinic, Monthly Blood 
Pressure Screenings, Fuel Assistance Program, Free Tax Assistance Program, Monthly Food Surplus Distribution, 
Farmer's Market Program, Misc. Health & Foot Screenings, the SHE^TE Program, Medicare & Medicaid Speakers, 
Medical & Nutritional Speaker^, the TRIAD Program, Computer Instructions, Medical Equipment Loan Program. 
Our outreach and assistance to at risk elders has continued to increase. Please don't hesitate to call our office 
before small problems get too difficult to handle. Recreational Activities available were weekly bridge, bingo 
games, evening bingo parties, holiday parties, mall shopping, movie trips, and motorcoach trips. Various 
intergenerational programs were held in cooperation with the local schools. 

The Council on Aging provides services to over 730 Hatfield residents over 60 years of age. We continue to 
maintain our current programs and activities and look ahead to what may be needed in the future. Our goal is to 
provide the best quality of services to the community and to meet the needs of the growing population of residents 
to the best of our ability. Working with local and regional agencies, we succeed by identifying and developing 
community resources, provide needed information, referral, and outreach on safety, health, nutrition and education. 
We are very fortunate to have a community which supports us with the necessary services needed to maintain 
elders independent living at home, and to provide a healthy, safe environment to enhance their quality of life. Do 
not wait until there is a need, explore your future, know what is available ahead of time, and be prepared for 
whatever life may pass your way. We encourage the public to become involved in what we are doing and support 
ideas to provide for a better way of life. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mary H. Brennan Rev. Worth Noyes Kathy Tefft 

Barbara Hurley William Podmayer Jane Betsold 



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Historical Commission 

To the Residents of Hatfield: 

We were saddened with the death of Ambassador Robert J. Ryan. We will miss his encouragement that spurred us 
on to greater achievements than we thought possible, and his financial support. 

We purchased and had installed fire extinguishers in both museums. Deputy Fire Chief, John Pease guided our 
purchase. 

We revised the boundaries of the West Hatfield Historical District before submitting this work to the Massachusetts 
Historical Commission. 

The Dickinson Memorial Hall now has a new roof, completed in December. The Historical Museum was closed 
for most of the fall due to this roof project. 

This year George Ashley contacted department heads at the University of Massachusetts seeking assistance in 
locating the Hatfield stockades and also information about conserving the Pony Truss Bridge on Prospect Court. 
We are on waiting lists a UMASS for assistance with these two projects. 

On December 9, Mr. Ashley and Mrs. Cutter attended a meeting at the Clarion Hotel, Northampton, where details 
of the study done by the Massachusetts Connecticut River Crossing Transportation Study was provided,. We 
joined about 30 Hatfield residents including the three Hatfield Select board members. This report eliminated three 
site proposals where a bridge would cross into Hatfield. 

The Commission accepted responsibility for two farm tools from the Tree County Fair Museum. A lath bundler 
and a lath puller, which Hatfield inventor, Pius Lavitre invented and built are now on display in the Hatfield Farm 
Museum. These tools will be returned to the Fairgrounds Farm Museum in time for their next fair opening in 
September 2004. 

An agreement was made with the Congregational Church to use their rest room facilities whenever the Farm 
museum is open. 

On December 4 th , Mr. Alan Wolejko, teacher at Smith Academy, took the high school Seniors on their annual tour 
of Main Street where Rita Prew pointed out interesting facts of Sophia Smith's life. This year the tour included a 
walk through the Farm Museum. Mr. Scott Goldman, new principal of Smith Academy accompanied the group. 

Mrs. Cutter appeared before the School Building Committee on November 13 th to request that a walkway be built 
from the Farm Museum to the nearby parking lot. They will build this sidewalk in the spring. Mr. Carroll is a 
member of this committee and was there in support of this proposal. 

On March 24, Mrs. Prew and Mrs. Cutter spoke to Westfield historians, townspeople and the mayor about living in 
a historic district as Westfield prepares for such a district. 

We wish to recognize the important restorations the Cemetery Commissioners have done setting up signs at the 
cemetery entrances, mapping out plots in each, and restoring the damaged stones. 

The Preservation Award was presented this year to Peter Grandonico, Jr. for restoration work made to his home at 
129 Main Street. 

We wish to thank the many volunteers who worked at the two museums and the Historical Society who designed 
entertaining and educational programs this year, some that offered exposure to the two town museums. We wish 
also to thank the town DPW employees for moving some of the heavy objects. 

Respectfully submitted, Mary Lou B. Cutter, Chairman George H. Ashley, III, Secretary and Thomas E. Carroll 

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Hatfield Public Library 

To the Residents of Hatfield, 

In spite of the physical limitations of the building in which it is housed, the Hatfield Public Library continues to 
offer innovative programs that attract many children and adult patrons. 

The Friends of the Library continue to be exactly that. They sponsored a Luminarium Story Hour with community 
guest readers and a Patron Appreciation Day (on Valentine's Day) with treats for all patrons. Along with the 
Hatfield Community Partnership, a new Preschool Story Hour was instituted. Other much-appreciated benefactors 
include the Hatfield Book Club, the Historical Society, the Historical Commission, and Girl Scout Troop #66. 

Currently, the Library offers group passes to the Eric Carle Museum, the Springfield Library and Museums, and 
Historic Deerfield. 

We continue to delight in our choice of Sheila McCormick as our Director. She is extremely efficient, and patrons 
have very kind things to say about her. Our loyal, dedicated staff makes the Hatfield Public Library a pleasant place 
to visit. 

Our biggest project for this year has been the installation of the new slate roof at Dickinson Memorial Hall. The 
copper flashing is very impressive. 

The grant funds we received from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in 2002 came to fruition this year with 
the installation of two public computers and a new laser printer. We hope that many townspeople will come to the 
Library and utilize the free Internet access. 

The Summer Reading Program drew 55 children this year. They enjoyed three special performances — Ninots 
puppet theater, Ed the Wizard, and the Magic Potter's Wheel. At the end of the Program, there was a party featuring 
yo-yo experts. Other programs included Pet Tales (with a visit from a great dane named Athena), an evening 
Pajama Story Hour, and Halloween stories from Mary Jo Maichak. A grant from the Ezra Keats Foundation funded 
a Bookmaking Workshop; the children created miniature books. 

We achieved a circulation figure of over 20,000; 7,530 patrons visited the Library this year. Our new DVD 
collection is very popular. Library programs were attended by 1 ,268 children and adults. 

We are open 20 hours per week (closed on Sunday and Monday). We welcome more townspeople to visit the 
Hatfield Public Library, and can fill any request through interlibrary loan. 

This report would not be complete without mention of the impact of the override vote not passing in September. 
Without that level of funding, we lose our state grant money and state certification (which can result in Hatfield 
residents losing borrowing privileges at neighboring libraries). We urge the Town to bring this amount back for 
budget year '05. 

Please appreciate how fortunate we are to have a library in our wonderful Town of Hatfield. Our children are 
introduced early on to the magic of books, which can only serve them well as students and throughout their lives. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Jane A. Scavotto, Chair 

Thomas Carroll 

Melissa Green, Recording Secretary 



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School Department 
To the Residents of Hatfield: 

Several topics of some import dominated the Hatfield School Department news during 2003. 

The FY '04 Budget process took many winter and spring months to complete and resulted in reductions in 
programs, personnel and services for Hatfield's youth. In February, the administration proposed an FY '04 Budget 
in the amount of $3,905,072. When finished in June, the approved FY '04 Budget totaled $3,466,720. Along the 
way a number of difficult decisions had to be made. Among the more significant decisions, the School Committee 
found it necessary to: 

* Begin using School Choice Funds for general operating purposes, 

* Institute athletic fees at Smith Academy, 

* Approve a restructuring plan that effectively forced the layoff of 1 .4 full-time equivalent administrators, 

* Eliminate the elementary school Spanish program, 

* Layoff the district's crossing guard, 

* Layoff one instructional assistant, 

* Reduce hours for professional Media Services, and 

* Severely cut equipment, textbooks and supplies across the system. 

In the midst of these financial challenges, our students continued to excel in their academic and extra-curricular 
athletic and activity programs. In the spring, Smith Academy students once again demonstrated their superior 
academic prowess when 100% of our sophomores passed the MCAS examinations in English Language Arts and 
Mathematics on their first attempt. 

In May, Hatfield witnessed contested School Committee elections wherein voters elected Witold Bzdel and Lynn 
Omasta to 3-year terms. They joined Chair Abigail Roberts, Vice-Chair Cathy Englehart and John Woodward 
on the Committee. 

In June, we bid a fond farewell to retirees Richard Sadoski and Smith Academy Principal Frank Abarno, and 
subsequently welcomed new Social Studies teacher Brian Brown and Principal Scott Goldman. 

Given a projected low enrollment, in August the School Committee made the decision to extend regular 
kindergarten from half to full-day for all our students. 

The summer months witnessed the completion of our fabulous new Hatfield Elementary School, as well as the 
HVAC Renovation Project at Smith Academy. Hatfield Elementary School students and the community were 
treated to a wonderful grand opening with a special program in the fall. 

Early in September, the School Committee and Hatfield Teacher's Association celebrated the completion of a 15- 
month collaborative bargaining process that resulted in a completely rewritten document in a new 3-year contract. 

And, at the end of the fall season, we found Smith Academy once again knocking on the door of a state 
championship. This time, the Smith Academy Falcons made it to the state finals in field hockey before dropping a 
hard-fought contest to Dedham, 3-1. 

While we look with some trepidation toward another difficult budgeting season, we also take note of the fact that 
Hatfield Schools remain committed to excellence in education for all of its children. And, thanks to active 
community support, we are confident in our ability to provide the very best for Hatfield's youth. 

Sincerely, 
Daniel A. Barker 
Superintendent 

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2 


Sign 


1 


2 


Roofs/siding/windows 


77 


1 


Pool 


8 


5 


Sheds, outbuildings/gazebo 


14 


4 


Single-family dwelling - new 


7 


5 


Residential - renovation 


57 


5 


Multi-family New 


2 


7 
1 


Move House 
Total permits issued 


1 


13 


212 


$3,411,415.00 







Inspection Services 

To The residents of Hatfield: 

The Inspections Department is pleased to submit their annual report for 2003: 

Building Inspector held Office Hours Monday and Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. in Memorial Town Hall, 
phone (413) 247-0491 fax (413) 247-5029. 

Building permits were issued for the following in 2003: 

Agricultural Buildings - new 
Municipal Building - Reno 
Municipal Building - Demo 
Business - renovation 
Decks 

Demolitions 
Fence 

Garage - new 
Garage - Foundation 
Wood, Pellet Stoves, Chimneys 
Total estimated value of Building Permits 

Respectfully submitted, 

Stanley Sadowski, Inspector of Buildings/Zonmg Enforcement Officer 

Plumbing, Gas and Electrical Inspections 

A permit is required for any, and all work on Electrical, Plumbing and Gas and must be inspected by our local inspector. 
Permit applications may be obtained at Memorial Town Hall. 

Mr. Stanley Symanski, Electrical Inspector and David Lizek, Assistant Electrical Inspector reports 117 Applications for 
permit to do electrical work in 2003. 

Mr. Walter Geryk, Plumbing Inspector and Rene Labbe Assistant Plumbing Inspector reports 65 Applications for permit 

to do plumbing work in 2003 

* 

Mr. Walter Geryk, Gas Inspector reports 37 applications to do gas work in 2003. 



Emergency Management Committee 

To the Citizens of Hatfield, 

The Emergency Management office, together with the Emergency Management Planning Committee, successfully 
obtained three grants totaling over $3,000. The monies are being used to purchase emergency supplies and training for 
our volunteers, who would operate emergency shelter facilities or help departments requiring emergency assistance. A 
lap-top computer was also purchased which gives us the capability to store and instantly retrieve vital data, such as 
available resources, action guides and technical information. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Robert Donaldson, Director and Emergency Management Planning Committee Chair 

Emergency Management Planning Committee Members: 

William Belden, Jane Betsold, Ellen Bokina, Thomas Hart, Bryarly Lehmann, Marlene Michonski, Thomas Osley, James 

Reidy, Cynthia Sadowski and Diana Szynal. 

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INDEX 



ACCOUNTANT BALANCE SHEET 8 

APPROPRIATION TABLE 18 

AGRICULTURAL ADVISORY COMMISSION 60 

AMBULANCE SERVICE 53 

ASSESSORS .„ 35 

CABLE ADVISORY COMMISSION 57 

CEMETERY COMMISSION 56 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION 58 

COUNCIL ON AGING 61 

DEDICATION 4 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

(Director, highway, water, sewer, transfer station, tree, vehicle maint) 59 

ELECTIONS 42 

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 65 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 54 

HEALTH, BOARD OF 56 

HISTORICAL COMMISSION 62 

INSPECTIONS DEPARTMENT 65 

LAND PRESERVATION ADVISORY COMMISSION 60 

LIBRARY 63 

MEMORIUM 3 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 55 

REGISTRARS, BOARD OF 45 

SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 64 

SELECTMEN, BOARD OF 5 

TOWN CLERK 41 

TOWN COLLECTOR 34 

TOWN EMPLOYEES' NAMES, WAGES AND POSITIONS 46 

TOWN MEETING ACTIVITY 43 

TOWN OFFICIALS 6 

TREASURER 36 

ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 57 



EMERGENCY NUMBERS 
EMERGENCY ONLY 

FIRE 911 

POLICE 911 

AMBULANCE 911 
NON-EMERGENCY 

FIRE 247-9008 

POLICE 247-0323 

AMBULANCE 247-0489 

STATE POLICE 586-1508 

D.A.R.E. PROGRAM 247-DARE 

ABUSE & RAPE CRISIS HOT LINE 733-7100 

TOWN OFFICES 

MEMORIAL TOWN HALL, 59 MAIN STREET 247-9200 

247-9211 

FAX MACHINE 247-5029 

ACCOUNTANT 247-0495 

AMBULANCE BILLING 247-9200 

ASSESSORS OFFICE 247-0322 

BUILDING INSPECTOR 247-0491 

BOARD OF HEALTH 247-0497 

TOWN CLERK/TREASURER 247-0492 

TOWN COLLECTOR 247-0496 

COUNCIL ON AGING 247-9003 

COUNCIL ON AGING MEAL SITE 247-0480 

DPW DIRECTOR 247-0499 

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT, 10 STRAITS ROAD 247-5646 

HOUSING AUTHORITY, CAPAWONK 247-9202 

PUBLIC LIBRARY, 35 MAIN STREET 247-9097 

(HOURS: TUES & THURS. 10 AM TO 3 PM; WED & FRI 6 PM TO 9 PM; SAT. 9 AM TO 1 PM) 
SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, 3 3 MAIN STREET 247-5010 

SMITH ACADEMY, 34 SCHOOL STREET 247-564 1 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST./SELECTMEN ■ 247-0481 

TRANSFER STATION, 6 STRAITS ROAD 247-55 1 5 

(HOURS: WED. 12 TO 5 PM & SAT. 8 AM TO 3 PM) 

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE MANAGER, 10 STRAITS ROAD 247-0498 

WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT, 260 MAIN STREET 247-9844 

WATER TREATMENT FACILITY, RESERVOIR ROAD 247-5222